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920-467-4616 Ext 315
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920-467-4616 Ext 314
Current CLC Calendars/Descriptions
The Catholic Life Center exists "to engage and unite our intergenerational faith community in learning and fellowship.”
Programs include adult faith formation, family life and activities, and senior activities.
Read our Catholic Life Center Update for the latest schedule of events, and browse the list below to see details about our special events and our recurring programs.
Walk the Walk
Walk the Walk is on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 am until 8:30 am in the Blessed Trinity Gym on the third floor of the old school. Please note, we do not have an elevator. Bring your walking shoes and a bottle of water. For more information, please contact (920) 467-4616 - John (ext. 315) or Mary (ext. 314).We walk September through June.
Adult Faith Formation
Various programs presented. Check link above for our programs after the New Year.
Health and Wellness Programs
Various programs are held on Tuesdays from 10:00-11:00 am in the Catholic Life Center, Blessed Trinity. Please check the calendar. Please see link above.
The holiday potluck was a success! Watch for another potluck in the spring.
Not yet scheduled.
Not currently scheduled.
Currently on hold. Let us know if you are interested. Call Mary at 920-467-4616, ext. 314.
Afternoon at the Movies....."Movies with a Message"
Wednesday, January 11th - "The Art of Racing in the Rain" - 1:30 - 4:00 pm in the Catholic Life Center Meeting Room at Blessed Trinity. Come see this heartwarming movie and have some snacks!
First Friday and Second Thursday Coffee
First Friday coffee after the 7 am Mass at St. John Evangelist and Second Thursday Coffee after the 9 am Mass at Blessed Trinity, September through May.
Mark your calendar for the next bus trip: Passion Play Matinee at Xavier High School on April 1st in Appleton, WI. Watch for a registration insert in the beginning of the year.
Service Year Round
Thanks to all who participated in the Anchor of Hope Project. We had a great turnout to pack the bags and lots of fun!
Card making service project on Tuesday, October 25 at the CLC went well. Pine Haven were very appreciative of the handmade cards.
Join us to assemble Birthday Bags on January 31 from 10-11 am in the CLC Meeting Room. They will be donated to local charities.
Cardmaking Work Shop
Join us on January 3rd to make all-occasion cards for yourself or to donate.
This is the series so many are talking about. The Chosen brings the Bible to life.
Not currently scheduled, but available online.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
RCIA instruction takes place each year, in small group or individual sessions, with initiation into the Catholic Faith taking place during the Easter Vigil Mass.
Who is RCIA for?
- The unbaptized: The primary focus of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is on those who are not already Christian and have not been catechized.
- Baptized but uncatechized: Those who have been baptized either as Catholics or as members of another Christian community, such as Baptist, Methodist, or Lutheran. These individuals may not have received complete religious formation or instruction, and they may or may not have celebrated Confirmation or Eucharist.
- Those seeking full Catholic Communion: These are baptized, practicing Christians from other denominations, who seek entry into the Catholic Church.
For more information, read our Frequently Asked Questions.
RCIA includes the celebration of the sacraments of baptism, confirmation and Eucharist as well as all the rites of the catechumenate. The initiation of adults is a gradual process that takes place within the community of the faithful. Together with the catechumens, the faithful reflect upon the value of the paschal mystery, renew their own conversion, and by their example lead the catechumens to obey the Holy Spirit more generously.
Safe Environment Training: 2021-2022
HOW TO SIGN UP FOR TRAINING
Sessions are offered several times a year at Blessed Trinity and St. John Evangelist. Dates are announced as soon as they are available.
If you need to attend training before our next parish sessions are scheduled, please visit the Archdiocese of Milwaukee's Safeguarding Website Click here to go to website. You will be able to browse for sessions offered at other parishes. When you find a session that works in your schedule, register on the Archdiocese's site. When you register, you will be asked to create a CMG (Catholic Mutual Group) account and a background check will be run.