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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. 
Our next meeting will be on Tuesday 26th June 2018.
In preparation for World Meeting of Families, we are studying Vocation to Marriage and the Christian Family, by Fr Thomas McGovern. Our topic this week is: Marriage and Scripture: an introduction, pp 41-45.
In addition, we shall reflect briefly on the First Reading and the Gospel for The Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (1st July).
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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