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ephesiansbannerA *NEW* Adult Scripture Study

from Jeff Cavins, Ascension Press

Starting December 1st, we plan to have a morning (9 am) and evening (7 pm) study on St. Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians, entitled Ephesians: Discover Your Inheritance. Workbooks are available now at the front desk (cost = $21). This 8-week study could be the start of a more frequent interaction with your Bible and a way to experience more deeply its message of love and hope. Sign-up at the parish center today! logo-withTagFORMED is an exciting new website, where St. Stanislaus parishioners can access the best programs, movies, audio talks, and e-books to deepen their relationships with Christ and His Church. If offers amazing Faith Formation at the parish and in an engaging style with the best Catholic teachers, authors, and speakers, on-demand, 24/7.  Watch the FORMED preview by clicking the formed banner above or the picture below. . . 


How to access FORMED:

It’s easy! Log into and access all the faith-building resources available there. You will need to set up an account (click on “My Account” in the upper right) and enter the Parish Code the first time you use the site. Our parish code is: ZR6M2C.  After you’ve set up an account with your own individual password, you will not need the parish code any longer. Simply log in with the User Name and Password  you have chosen for yourself.  

This Week on Formed:

Program: Catholicism: Episode 1 – Amazed & Afraid

The strange and dangerous words of Jesus of Nazareth set up a drama that will culminate in a surprising battle between two kings, and in the wake of this conflict, an empire will be defeated—and the world will be changed. Join Bishop Robert Barron as he addresses some of the most controversial questions about the life and identity of Jesus Christ and travels through the mysterious and sacred places of the Holy Land of Israel and the eternal city of Rome.

Check it out . . . and get FORMED!

Pope Francis’ Prayer Intentions for November, 2016:

Each month, Pope Francis invites the faithful to pray for the intentions he entrusts to the Church. In November, 2016, the Holy Father’s universal prayer intention is:

  • “That the countries which take in a great number of displaced persons and refugees may find support for their efforts which show solidarity.”

His intention for evangelization is:

  • “That within parishes, priests and lay people may collaborate in service to the community without giving in to the temptation of discouragement.”