Learn Your Faith

"'Let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.' 

Although man can forget God or reject him,

He never ceases to call every man to seek him,

so as to find life and happiness.  

But this search for God demands of man

every effort of intellect, a sound will, 'an upright heart', 

as well as the witness of others who teach him to seek God."

Catechism of the Catholic Church #30

Question Circle

What does it mean to be formed in faith?  

How long does it take?  What does it involve?

These are some of the common questions we have regarding our responsibilities

as parents and care takers of our children and grand children, 

and walking with them in their early and adolescent formative years.  

While Faith Formation is life long, we are hoping to give opportunities

for our youth of all ages to come together to encounter Christ,

and walk in a real and authentic relationship with him.   

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  • Junipero Serra Institute

    Through the St Junipero Serra Institute (SJSI), the Diocese of Fort Worth seeks to fulfill the mission of forming the laity in the teachings of the Catholic Church. The program consists of three levels: Catechism, Core and Concentration. Each level consists of four to six courses, each course being six weeks in duration.

    You have the option of taking the courses for credit toward certification or you may audit the courses for personal growth (which also waives the coursework requirement.)

    This program runs weekly.  

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  • St Francis De Sales Catechist Formation Program

    The purpose of the St. Francis De Sales Program is to teach the faith as proclaimed in the Catechism of the Catholic Church and offer specialized catechist formation through pedagogical instruction.

    In this effort, we seek "to put people not only in touch, but also in communion and intimacy, with Jesus Christ" 

    (GDC 80, CT 5).

    Our hope is that everyone who participates in this program will grow in their relationship with the Lord and cultivate a deeper appreciation for catechesis and the central role it plays in forming the Catholic faithful.

    These sessions run monthly.  

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