✟ Adult Education

The purpose of the Adult Education program offered by St. Francis Xavier is to enhance our knowledge and understanding of our Catholic Faith. Two five-week-long Adult Education Series are held throughout the calendar year in the Fall.

Classes are held on Wednesday evenings, 7:00 - 8:30 pm at the Xavier Center. Courses are advertised in the bulletin, The Catholic Witness, and here on our website, and announcements are usually made from the altar in advance of the start date.

All courses are taught by experts in the subject matter, with a variety of topics offered such as: Sacred Scripture, Apologetics, Catholic Social Teaching, Marian Theology, and Church History.

✟ Contact

John Knowles

✟ Current Class:

Exploring The Psalms
Dr. William Bales

Oct 19 – Nov 16
7:00 PM

Please join us as we explore the Psalms with Dr. William Bales, professor of Sacred Scripture at Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD. This five-week teaching series will help us to appreciate more deeply the treasure that is the Psalter, and how we can more effectively and joyfully pray the Psalms in our own lives. We will gain an understanding of the different types of Psalms, how the Psalms fit into the story of Scripture, along with a detailed exposition of a number of well-known Psalms.

The classes will be held Wednesday evenings, Oct 19th thru Nov 16th, from 7-8:30 pm at the Xavier Center.

✟ Upcoming Classes: