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Holy Spirit 101 Adult Formation Series!

Updated: Jan 4

Hello, St Thomas Aquinas Parishioners!

I hope you all are having a wonderful Christmas Season. On January 11, we will begin a new course for adults titled Holy Spirit 101, which will be an incredible series that reveals the gifts of the Holy Spirit in the Bible, the Catholic Church's teaching on each gift, and how we can unlock them in our own lives! If you're looking for new growth or nourishment in your faith, this is definitely the course for you.

We will meet on Mondays beginning Monday, January 11 at 7PM in Room 2111 and on Zoom! We will be incorporating those who are on Zoom into our live in-person session. Each session will be pulled directly from the book, Holy Spirit 101, which will be given out to participants the first week. Each week will feature a talk, a time for discussion, and then an activation of the Holy Spirit in each of our lives. It's going to be amazing and so transformative!

The sessions will run for an hour-and-a-half (7PM-8:30PM) and there will be a total of (most likely) 7 sessions. There are no prerequisites for this course, so come as you are! I assure you that if you are able to come, you will experience new growth in your relationship with God and perhaps have a life-changing experience through this course (I did!).

If you have any questions at all, or plan on participating, please email me at jacob@stthomaspilotpoint.org!


In Christ,


Jacob Hubbard

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