Catholic Faith Study: Sin, Redemption and the Meaning of Life
The Catholic Faith Study (CFS) will begin Series #3 (in 3 parts) entitled “Sin, Redemption and the Meaning of Life.”
In this series, we will cover God’s original plan of life and love for the human person. We will examine the questions that reside in the depths of the human heart . . . “Do I have a purpose?”, “Why do I have to suffer?”, “What is the meaning of life?”
In our class, we will learn that there are consequences to sin, but that God loved us so much that He did not want us to perish as a result of our darkened hearts. It is the hope of the resurrection that we await through Jesus Christ, our savior.
We will use the Bible, the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other Church documents to help us understand the answer to these questions.
Join us on 3 consecutive Thursdays beginning June 14, 2018 at 11:30am to 12:30PM on Skype or a conference room that is TBD.
Contact Henry Avila to be place on a distribution list or for the conference room number.
People of all faiths are welcome!