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Adult Formation

Adult Faith Formation Groups
 
Carmelite Community of Saint Joseph
Under the protection of Our Lady of Mount Carmel; in the biblical tradition of the prophet Elijah; and inspired by the teachings of St. Teresa of Jesus and St. John of the Cross; we make a commitment to the Carmelite Order to deepen our Christian commitment received in baptism; seeking the face of God in prayer and service for the good of the Church and the needs of the world. Please contact Mr. Louie Forti for more information.
 
Communion & Liberation
Faith, lived out in communion, is the foundation of the true liberation of man. Communion and Liberation offers a proposal for education in the Catholic faith. The School of Community teaches a method of constant comparison between the Christian proposal and one's own life in order to continually verify its capacity to respond to human needs in every aspect of reality. Please contact Mr. Sam Nelson for more information.
 
Men's Groups
 
Catholic Watchmen
Stillwater Catholic Watchmen is part of an Archdiocesan movement challenging men to rise up and become protectors, providers, and leaders of their parishes and families by living the 7 disciplines of the Catholic Watchmen. Through evenings of fraternity, education, and prayer, we seek to sharpen our minds and be equipped with practical tools to "stand in the breach" and live our faith boldly. Please contact Mr. Corey Manning for more information.
 
Men's Reading Club
Join us monthly as we read and discuss great works of Catholic literature. Please contact Mr. Buzz Kriesel for more information.
 
Women's Groups
 
Adoremus Mom's Group
Mothers are invited to join the Adoremus Study Group on select Thursday mornings. Current studies include documents by Saint Pope John Paul the Great (Mulieris Dignitatem - The Dignity and Vocation of Women, Redemptoris Mater - The Mother of the Redeemer, and Letter to Women) and series from the Abiding Together Podcast (In the School of the Holy Spirit by Father Jacque Philippe, Advent and the Fellowship of the Feminine Genius, Herstory, and Love Like a Saint by Liz Kelly.) Childcare available. Please contact Mrs. Anna Wahl for more information.
 
Engaged Women, Young Wives, & Mothers Bible Study
During this stage in life, it may be difficult finding other Catholic women to connect with. Our study seeks to help young women grow in relationship with God while forming authentic friendships and community with fellow sisters in Christ. Please contact Mrs. Amanda Fedor for more information.
 
Single Ladies Bible Study
Young women of our parish and school community in seasons of preparation for their vocations are invited to study the Word together as we encourage each other onward in holiness. Please contact Mrs. Amanda Fedor for more information.
 
Walking With Purpose
Walking With Purpose reaches out to women who desire to grow in their faith using a Scripture-based program that is fresh, relevant, and focused on conversion of heart more than intellectual development. We begin with the basics, knowing that we can never master the core truths; there is always greater depth to explore. Please contact Mrs. Becky Thomson or Mrs. Holly Wagner for more information.
 
Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study
Women of the parish are invited to join us for the new study Fulfilled: Uncovering the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism. Please contact Mrs. Jean Zajac for more information.
 
Adult Faith Formation