The goal of the Adapted Religious Education (ARE) Program is to present the gospel to people with Special Needs and to give them an understanding and appreciation of the Catholic faith, preparation for the sacraments, and life in the Christian community. ARE serves all age groups from elementary school, middle school, high school to adults.
Adult Confirmation is a program available to adults who have not received the Sacrament of Confirmation. The Bishop presides for Confirmation of Adults annually at the Cathedral at Pentecost.
Alone or in a small group, St. John Neumann offers several options for bible study.
The Cursillo [cur SEE yo], is a Lay Catholic movement that takes its name from Cursillos in Cristiandad, Spanish for “short courses in Christianity.” Learn more about it HERE.
Engaging Spirituality is a six-month program for people who are seeking to deepen and broaden their spiritual lives while focusing on the needs of our world.
A spiritual journey into compassion, JustFaith provides a lively and challenging format to read, view, discuss, pray, experience and be formed into community by the power of the Holy Spirit. A journey changing lives, inspiring faithful witness and transforming the world through love and service.
Using the resources found at www.lifeaftersunday.com, we are a small group of individuals seeking to re-discover our path to the amazing, fully human life that Christ makes possible through friendship with Him – and each other – in His Church.
Here at St. John Neumann, we recognize the significant role of Christian community in our call to follow Christ. In Fall 2018, our parish will launch the ARISE small group program, an opportunity for us to gather in community and “celebrate and give witness to the presence of God in our midst.”