Prayer and Spirituality [Course #307]. This course explores our relationship with the living God, which we call prayer. God continuously calls, we respond. Our Christian spirituality is centered in Jesus Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit. It is also modeled by the acceptance of Mary to the call of God, the Our Father and its seven petitions revealing the heart of the Gospel, and the Eucharist as the prayer of the community.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Understand the dynamics of prayer: listening and responding to God’s call
Identify different types of prayer
Understand prayer as an important aspect of our spiritual life
Understand that prayer is shaped by Sacred Scripture and by the life of the community of faith
Recognize the Holy Spirit as the source of our response to the call of God
Recognize the key aspects of the spiritual life: prayer, service, and ascetism
Understand the process to develop a personal spirituality
Recognize the different types of spirituality
Recognize the tradition of discernment within the Catholic Christian spiritual tradition
This is an intermediate level II course of 10 hours.
About this Class: Prayer and Spirituality
Tuesdays and Thursdays June 10, 12, 17, and 19, 6:30 P.M.-9:00 P.M.
Must attend the four sessions to receive credit.
Who can attend:
Anyone interested in furthering their formation in the Catholic faith.
St. Ann, 180 Samuel Blvd. Coppell, Texas 75019, TX 75238 Map it
Sr. Carmen Therese Lazo, MCDP
Questions about the Location
Contact Tena Allain or cell 214-755-9993.
When to Arrive
Plan to arrive by 6:15 P.M. to allow time to check-in, get a name tag and pick up your book.
What to Bring
Bring a bible, a writing instrument, and paper or a notebook to take notes.
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