Faith Formation

"'Faith seeks understanding': it is intrinsic to faith that a believer desires to know better the One in whom he has put his faith, and to understand better what He has revealed; a more penetrating knowledge will, in turn, call forth a greater faith, increasingly set afire by love. The grace of faith opens 'the eyes of your hearts' to a lively understanding of the contents of Revelation: that is, of the totality of God's plan and the mysteries of faith, of their connection with each other and with Christ, the center of the revealed mystery. 'The same Holy Spirit constantly perfects faith by his gifts, so that Revelation may be more and more profoundly understood.' In the words of St. Augustine, 'I believe, in order to understand; and I understand, the better to believe.'" - Catechism of the Catholic Church, 158

We never stop learning, and as we grow closer in our relationship with God, we often find ourselves wanting to know and understand more. Consider these opportunities to deepen your faith and understanding. Explore the tabs in the navigation pane to see what opportunities are available.