The Paulist Center’s Adult Education Committee offers learning experiences to deepen the faith life of the community. In the past, these have included topics of social justice, Bible and Liturgy, personal growth, and practical reflection on contributing to our life as faith-filled citizens.
In order to continue to present quality Adult Education programs at the Paulist Center, a goodwill offering at the time of the event is requested, unless otherwise noted. PLEASE NOTE: Our programs are open to all, regardless of ability to pay.
The Committee is also concerned with expanding the Center’s mission to reach beyond its boundaries and share its resources with our neighbors in the city and surrounding areas. We are always pleased to hear ideas and comments and to welcome those who would like to help us in our efforts.
For more information – or to offer suggestions, please contact Jim Gorman.
Here’s an example of the sort of event that’s included in the Adult Education Program: An Introduction of ‘Laudato Sí’ by Dan Horan, OFM from October 2015.