Ongoing bible STUDY OPTIONS
A great way to dive deeper into your faith is to study the scriptures. We typically meet in the fall and the spring Wednesday mornings or evenings or Tuesday afternoons or Friday mornings. Here's what one participant has to say:
"I recently completed my very first bible study class - it was truly an uplifting experience. I've wanted to do this for a long time but always hesitated because I was intimidated by the thought that everyone else would have so much more knowledge and I would be embarrassed. What I found was a wonderful, sharing group of people and I learned so much. I have already signed up for the next class and can't wait!"
learn about the catholic faith
If you are not Catholic and want to learn more, are interested in becoming Catholic, or are Catholic and want to catch up on the sacraments, or you just want to refresh your knowledge join us in the social hall as we dive deeper into the faith most Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. There are many topics this fall including Bible Basics, Sacraments, The Trinity, The Mass, Moral Life, Prayer and Spirituality, Last Things, Mary and the Saints, Becoming Disciples, The Liturgical Calendar and so much more. Along with the above we also have various retreats, small groups, community wide events and bible studies. This summer we will do a short course RCIA program for the hungry Catholic, the inquiring Catholic, or the "just curious" crowd. Contact us so we can give you the up to date schedule of the topics and what Thursdays we are meeting. For more information about the RCIA sessions: HERE
This group meets on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 am in the Library to break open the next weekend’s readings with Fr. Joe.
This group meets the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 7:30 pm in different homes.
OLN Men's Fellowship
Meets once a month on Thursday evenings. Join other men of the parish on this journey of faith experience.
Young Adult Ministry
We are part of the Roanoke Valley Catholic Young Adult group. To find out more information please join their RVCYA Facebook or use the main e-mail.
Fr. James O’Reilly