The Commission for Adult Formation
READER TRAINING COURSE
A short course has been compiled by the Diocesan Liturgical Commission and Adult Advisers Team. You can use as much or as little of it as you need. A hard copy can be sent by post - send request by email.
Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies (CCRS)
Open to all
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Are you interested in working with young adults? The
Catholic Certificate in Religious Studies Youth Module is being held on
Saturday 28th March 2020 at Our Lady and St Patrick’s Church Hall,
Launder Street, The Meadows, Nottingham NG2 1 JQ beginning at 9.30 am until
4.30 pm and is tutored by Tom Baptist, Director of the Diocesan Youth Service.
Outcomes of the module are; to have a basic understanding of youth culture and
how to critically examine aspects of it, to be able to work in the area of
faith and spirituality in a manner appropriate to young people and to have a
set of skills necessary for good youth work practice and be able to apply those
skills in a youth ministry context. The module costs £25 for non CCRS students.
Please book in to: email@example.com
RENEWED PERSONAL ENCOUNTER
with David Wells
Over 400 people attended these events - thank you
Blessed Sacrament Procession 2017
DIOCESE OF NOTTINGHAM
5th Blessed Sacrament Procession Led by Bishop Patrick will be on SUNDAY 7th JUNE 2020
Start: 2 pm - St Mary’s Church,
Goodliffe Street, Hyson Green, Nottingham NG7 6FY
End: 4 pm approx - St Barnabas Cathedral, Derby Road, NG1 5AE
finishing with prayers at the tomb of Mary Potter
“Our Lady is Mother of the Blessed Sacrament…
let us bow down in lowly adoration before our God, ask our Mother Mary to feed us with some of her love for this Adorable Mystery of Faith”
-Venerable Mary PotterJoin Catholics from across the Diocese as we witness to the joy of our faith through the streets of Nottingham.
Adult Faith Formation
POPE FRANCIS: "Let us go forth, then, let us go forth to offer everyone the life of Jesus Christ. (EG 49). The Church which 'goes forth' is a community of missionary disciples who take the first step, who are involved and supportive, who bear fruit and rejoice. (EG24).
Bishop Patrick, in his homily, states that there is potential in our diocese to become more outward-looking and missionary in its sense of purpose and direction. This is achievable by having a strong spiritual foundation which will be firmly in place over the next few years. The 3 themes are:
We held our first Diocesan ADMINISTRATORS DAY on Saturday 12th October 2019 at Trinity School, Nottingham.
Thank you to all that attended. Bishop Patrick welcomed and Karen Foong followed, as keynote speaker.
3 sessions: Accounting, GDPR, Health & Safety
As the day was a success, we will be holding 3 future dates in counties in 2020. If you would like more information, to comment on the day or to suggest anything that you think should be covered, email Diane: firstname.lastname@example.org
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