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Faith Forum for Young Adults, Tuesdays, 8-9pm

Do you have BIG Questions? Like to share them with FRIENDS?

Why not join us at FAITH FORUM, where we explore faith, make friends and develop interior freedom.
 
 
When: Tuesdays at 8pm.
Where: the Upper Room. 
 
On Tuesday 19th December, we continue our study of A Biblical Walk Through the Mass by Edward Sri (subtitled Understanding what we say and do in the liturgy).
 
The next topic (pp 138-143) we shall consider is: Holy Communion 

In addition, we shall reflect briefly on the readings for the Fourth Sunday of Advent (which this year falls on Christmas Eve):

See First Reading and Second Reading.
The basic weekly format is to consider a text (e.g. Catechism, YOUCAT, book on the Mass, other theological or spiritual text), reflect on and discuss it, have a period of guided prayer together, followed by a cup of tea/coffee.

Some feedback from participants here.

  • "I liked listening and reflecting. I learnt about other people's way of thinking and God's love for everyone".
  • "I liked that it doesn't matter how much you know. People don't judge questions; they just share knowledge".
  • "I learnt insights into prayer".
  • "I liked the community, regularity of time and with the text, prayer time, tea ... I learnt a ton about the Catechism. Thank you!"
  • "I liked the interactions and personal testimonies of others".
  • "I liked that the priest was present".
  • "I liked the sharing. I learnt more about the faith".
  • "I will try to get more people involved".
  • "I learnt a lot from different generations. I learnt things from 'parents' that I wasn't taught growing up".
  • "I liked everything!".
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