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Catechism Course Begins Tomorrow

February 17th, 2010, Promulgated by Dr. K

Fr. Brian Carpenter’s Lenten Catechism series begins tomorrow, February 18th. The course will take place at St. James church in Southeast Irondequoit, and will take place from 7-8:30 PM. The series will continue every Thursday night throughout Lent. This series is open to all who wish to come. Be sure to bring a copy of the book United States Catholic Catechism for Adults, though you are free to attend even if you do not own a copy.

Here is a flyer (click to enlarge):

Update 5:00 PM: You can order a copy of the United States Catholic Catechism for Adults online at Amazon or USCCB Publishing, among other sellers. For the savvy shopper, Google offers price comparisons for different book sellers. It’s also quite possible that you can find a copy in a local book store if you do not wish to make purchases online.

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3 Responses to “Catechism Course Begins Tomorrow”

  1. avatar Anonymous says:

    If you don't have a book, you can still come to the class. Also, if you can't make every session, you are still welcome to attend for those sessions that don't conflict with your schedule.

    Finally, please notice that the deadline for ordering books through our parish is long past, so don't send in the order form. If you want to get one, check with your favorite bookstore, many have them in stock, or you can order them online.

    I hope to see you there, and hopefully the classes won't disappoint.

    Thank you,

    Fr. Brian Carpenter

  2. avatar Dr. K says:

    Thank you, Father. I added some links for those comfortable with online purchasing. I hope the classes will be a success.

    ~Dr. K

  3. Father, thank you for leading this course. FWIW, I've lead two studies of the USCCA, once for a group of a dozen parishioners and then again for the Son Rise Morning Show, and both were well received. The text, while not perfect, is solid and the examples of applying the faith and responding to challenges are realistic and thoughtful. Enjoy!


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