ReImaging Faith is a place for returning Catholics to explore their faith and future with the Church: To remember, to heal, to become part of the community.
About ReImagining Faith
ReImagining Faith gathers weekly on Thursday evenings for ten weeks.
During the course of the ten weeks, participants have an opportunity to explore and return to full participation in the Church and the Sacraments. Each session includes an informational topic such as Trinity, Church, Jesus, sacraments, morality and prayer. The sessions also include information about current Church practices and beliefs. ReImaging Faith is designed to answer participants’ questions in an informal setting. Participants have an opportunity to share their journeys and struggles, and listen to others as they share their stories. The ReImaging Faith team provides tools for reflecting on one’s spirituality and life experiences. Following the final session, all the participants are invited to experience a morning or evening of prayer and reflection which includes a Eucharistic celebration.
Holy Family offers ReImaging Faith sessions two or three times a year (fall, winter and spring).
Introduction and Who is God? (A look at the Trinity)
Jesus of History, Christ of Faith (A look at the humanity and divinity of Jesus the Christ)
The Church from Vatican I to Pope Francis (A look at modern Church History)
Ecclesiology (A look at the Church in the modern world)
Initiation Sacraments Part I (A look at Baptism, Confirmation and next week Eucharist)
Initiation Sacraments Part 2 (A look at the Mass and the sacrament of Eucharist)
Healing Sacraments (A look at sin, morality and reconciliation)
Lifestyle Sacraments (A look at matrimony and the annulment process)
Social Justice and Social Grace (A look at the problem of evil)
All of these Weekly sessions will be held in the Pastoral Center (1527 Fremont Ave., South Pasadena), 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Director of Faith Formation