Classes, Lectures & Faith Formation Resources




An on-line parish subscription to faith formation programs, Bible studies, movies, books, and audio for the entire family.


Register (not Subscribe) using the parish code:  FFBJXT


Bible Studies

Mondays starting September 17th in Faith Hall at 9:15 am. Fee: $20 (Six video sessions)


The Mass-with Bishop Robert Barron - Walk through the Liturgy and be transformed through insights on this most privileged and intimate encounter with our Lord Jesus Christ.

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Thursdays starting September 13th in Faith Hall at 7 pm. Fee: $25 (Eight video sessions)


Mary: A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother - An extraordinary pilgrimage that reveals Mary's unique role in God'g Kingdom and in our lives.

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Lecture Series

Wednesday Evenings in Faith Hall at 7 pm.


Theology of the Body - October 3, 10, 17, 24

Fee: Free

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An Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality - November 7, 14, 28 and December 5, 12

Fee: $25

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 Courses in Adult Faith Formation

Paulist Evangelization Training Institute Online

The Paulist National Catholic Evangelization Association (PNCEA) was founded by the Paulist Fathers in 1977 to equip Catholics to evangelize.


University of Dayton: The Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation (VLCFF)... a growing initiative to offer adult religious education and faith formation anytime and anywhere via the internet. The goal is to support the church's professional ministry of religious education and faith formation in cyberspace. The VLCFF is coordinated and sponsored by the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives (IPI) at the University of Dayton - a Catholic Marianist Institution. Our mission is to mobilize the resources of the University of Dayton for partnerships with the Church that create and implement innovative pastoral initiatives designed to meet the needs of the Church and to articulate faith within the context of contemporary culture.


Catholic Distance University

At this crossroads between a desire for authentic teaching of the Church and the various limitations of our life situations, stands The Catholic Distance University. Founded in 1983 by Bishop Thomas J. Welsh of the Arlington Diocese, CDU has 27-years of experience using the distance learning format to systematically communicate the Truths of the Faith. In fact, we have more experience in delivering theology, faithful to the Magisterium, in the distance format than any other Catholic institution in the world.