Friday, July 24, 2015

Eucharistic Congress Dates

March 11-12, 2016

March 24-25, 2017

March 16-17, 2018

31st Annual Diocese of St. Augustine Faith Formation Day

The 31st Annual Faith Formation Day will beheld on Saturday, October 10th beginning at 8:30 am at Bishop John J. Snyder High School.  Our main sponsor will be Our Sunday Visitor and  Dr. Joseph White will be the keynote presenter, " The Way God Teaches: Catechesis and the Divine Pedagogy."  Registration will open in mid-August.

Level I Offerings

The Office of Christian Formation will be providing Level I Catechist Certification:

August 8-9 and 29-30 at Sacred Heart in Jacksonville

Sept. 12-13 and 26-27 at St. Paul, Jacksonville Beach

Jan 9-10 and 30-31 at St. Mary Mother of Mercy in Macclenny

Registration forms on  DOSAFormation

NCCL Professional Conference

The National Conference for Catechetical Leadership (NCCL) will be holding its 80th annual professional conference in the Diocese of St. Augustine May 23-26th at the Hyatt Regency downtown Jacksonville.

Visit their website to register and take advantage of the early bird price.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Strong Catholic Family Initiative

This initiative, a collaboration of NCCL, NCEA, NFCYM, and NACFLM, created a simple 5 minute survey and have now shared the results in many different venues. The top 2 (by far) answers to the question, “What do you want the Church to hear?” are the following:

1 63% You are always welcome at our church.
2 54% How can the church help you/your family live out your faith in the world?

These are not surprising, but the sure % of respondents should give us pause as a Church…
To see the entire set of results, please click this link…

The Federation For Catechesis With Hispanics

New and updated website:

Federation for Catechesis with Hispanics

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Retreat Online With Creighton University

Each week contains a GUIDE which should be read careful early in the week - hopefully on Sunday. Each Guide is meant to make a home in the background of our consciousness all week long. Read it on Sunday and we might want to read it once or twice more during the week to remember well its theme and the grace to be prayed for each week. Learn more
Creighton University online