Catholic Morals Class Begins 5/8 – 6/5
May 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Learn what the Church teaches about right and wrong and how to make morally decisions even in knotty situations. This class will cover superstitions, keeping holy the sabbath, what it means to honor parents and obey those in authority, as well as issues of life and sexuality: abortion, euthanasia, suicide, and the death penalty, birth control, pornography, same-sex activity, and others. Learn how morals if properly understood and followed will lead you to freedom and self mastery.
- Location: Assumption Catholic Church Conference Room
- Dates and Time: Every other Monday: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM, 5/8/23, 5/22/23, 6/5/23
- Review/Make Up Session: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM on Monday 5/29/23
- RSVP: please let Fr Mayer know you are planning to attend this class by 5/1/23 so that he can prepare appropriately
This class is designed for those who have already been baptized and have at least somewhat of an understanding of the Bible and Christianity and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, but are curious to learn more about the age old Christian faith. You are welcome take one or more of these classes as a truth seeker without any intention of becoming Catholic. However, for someone who is seriously discerning officially becoming part of the Catholic Church, this is one of four short classes normally required in order to prepare to enter the Church, since before you can say yes, it is important to understand what you are saying yes to. Or, you may after learning all that the Church teaches, decide to say no, I do not want to become Catholic, which is okay to as the Church fully respects the conscious of each individual.