With schedules getting busier and busier, adult education opportunities have to be more flexible. Keeping that in mind, our parishes decided to have a monthly lecture to teach various topics relevant to adult Catholics. These events are open to parishioners as well as any friends or guests that are curious about each topic. These events are a great way to grow in knowledge of the faith while also getting to know other Catholics in our parishes and in the community!
For information regarding the date/time, topic, and speaker for the upcoming presentations, check out our lecture series events page!
Our parishes are excited to offer access to Formed, a Catholic video and movie streaming site, to all of our parishioners for FREE! Formed includes movies depicting Bible passages or the lives of the saints, different studies, and even videos for kids! If you're looking for something to watch to help you or your family learn more about our Catholic faith, Formed is a great resource for you!
If you would like to access our Formed account, give the parish office a call at 262-657-1156, and we will help you create an account!
Throughout the year, St. Elizabeth hosts several different Bible studies that focus on different themes or books of the Bible. These studies are open to parishioners of either parish and any guests that would like to participate. A Bible study is a wonderful way to meet other parishioners, learn more about Scripture, and increase your connection to Our Lord. Our studies pull a variety of sources and commentaries to give the most complete view at a particular chapter, passage, or verse. Currently, no studies are running, but come back here to check for the next study or keep watching our bulletin for start dates of the next study.
Are you wanting to become Catholic? The Catholic community rejoices over every soul that responds to God's call to come home! There are many details surrounding the conversion process, and with everyone's circumstances being so unique, each situation will require something slightly different. Generally, there is a process that individuals follow when they want to become Catholic.
Check out our "Becoming Catholic" menu item in our main menu to get plenty of details. If you have any immediate needs or questions, please email Louisa Postlewait, our Director of Religious Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org.