Ongoing faith formation is essential to accomplish our mission to evangelize and transform the world into a more caring and just society. This does not end at confirmation or graduation but continues until one's death.
—Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us by the US Catholic Bishops
With creator and host Father Robert Barron, you will learn what Catholics believe and why, while being immersed in the art, architecture, literature, beliefs, and practices of the Catholic tradition. Filmed in 50 locatiions throughout 15 countries, this DVD series is on location and in the streets illustrating the splendor of the global Church. One episode will be viewed each session and will conclude with Q & A led by Father Kevin. Join us in the church on Sundays from 7:00 - 8:15 pm.
October 21 ('Missed this session? Anyone is welcome to attend ANY session.)
November 4 (Note NOT November 1 as indicated on some early flyers)
View the flyer here for more information.
Centering Prayer is a method designed to facilitate the development of Contemplative Prayer. In the Christian tradition Contemplative Prayer is considered to be the pure gift of God. It is the opening of mind and heart - our whole being to God. The source of Centering Prayer, as in all methods leading to Contemplative Prayer, is the indwelling Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The focus of Centering Prayer is the deepening of our relationship with the living Christ. The Centering Prayer group at St. Robert meets on Wed. mornings at 9:15. For more information call Barbara Prendergast at 414-964-1268.
Are you interested in learning more about your faith with other men in an informal group setting? Then Dogma and Donuts is right for you. D&D was started over four years ago by a small group of men from St. Robert in order to help men better understand our faith. We study scripture and other works that help us to better understand our Catholic faith, history, and ttraditions . If you would like to join us, we meet the last Friday of every month at 6:30 am in the Church Basement. Dogma, coffee, and donuts are provided for each meeting! If you would like to attend, please contact David Mitchell.
Two Small Faith Groups meet on a monthly basis to study Scripture (the following Sunday's readings) and the issues they raise in our beliefs and daily lives.
One group meets in parishioners' homes. For more information regarding this group, please contact parishioner Neal Pease at 963-1098.
The other group meets in the Parish Center Library on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. For more information regarding this group, please contact parishioner Tom Whipp.
Find out more here.
Have you always wanted to be confirmed and never pursued it? Preparation for Confirmation for adults involves sessions with instruction and discussion and run from January until late spring. Confirmation is typically held at the Cathedral on Pentecost. For more information contact Donna Shriner at (414) 332-1164, ext. 3045.
Do you know someone who has not yet been baptized? Or someone from a different Christian tradition who would like to become Catholic? Preparation for the Rites of Christian Initiation of Adults begins in September and culminates with baptism, Confirmation, and reception into the church at the Easter Vigil. Please contact Donna Shriner at (414) 332-1164, ext. 3045.
Marriage Preparation at St. Robert