Lifelong Faith Formation


“Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another.”  G. K. Chesterton (1874 - 1936)

Part of Lifelong Faith Formation is to acquire integrating learning that comes from our society compared to Catholic teaching.
Interdisciplinary learning is crucial in our dialog with modern world as envisioned by Second Vatican Council. We look for what unites us. We join those who work for peace. We also stand for what is right and true.

How to find common ground in history, science, technology, and modern forms of discovery on many different levels? Are we so far away from religion? Does morality mean anything anymore?

These and other topics will be discussed as we embrace opposite points of view to get a deeper understanding what stands behind rejecting God.

In addition, we will offer courses that enrich our intellect and inspire critical thinking.

Soon we will engage in interdisciplinary subjects that will have a lasting effect on all who are part of it.