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St. Mary Magdalen's
Catholic Church
Willesden Green
London NW10
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Monday, October 15, 2007
HANDING ON THE FAITH IN OUR PARISH
HANDING ON THE FAITH IN OUR PARISH
SEVEN LEVELS OF HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ADULT LEARNING
AVAILABLE AT, OR THROUGH, ST MARY MAGDALEN’S

1. SEEKER’S GROUP: A basic non-pressurized introduction to the basics of Catholic Faith and Spirituality, for any with any interest. Some Saturdays 2pm in the annexe. Currently running.
2. JOURNEY IN FAITH: An introductory course in the Catholic Faith for those interested in becoming a Catholic or coming back to the Faith. Currently running.
3. REFLECTION GROUPS : Sharing, discussing and praying aspects of our faith in friends small groups. Run in bi-annual series of six weeks. About to start this week, reflecting upon the Eucharist. See blue cards
4. FIVE GOLDEN THREAD OF THE CATECHISM: Being run on the third Saturday of the month 2 p.m. – 3:30 pm here in the Annexe., starting 17th Nov. This course is important for all Catechists, but all parishioners are welcome. Certificate given at end.
5. ECHOES COURSE: A deeper look at the key themes of Salvation History, mainly to support Catechists in their work. Run on alternative years with above. One-off retreat Day coming up at Ealing Abbey, especially for our parish. Sat 27th October. There are still some places left, so we are opening this to any parishioner interested. Please contact Clergy House. Certificate given at end.
6. MARYVALE CATECHIST TRAINING COURSE:Two-year distance learning, based at Ealing Abbey, sponsored by our diocese. Numerous parishioners have been doing this.
7. MARYVALE CERTIFICATES AND DEGREES IN CATECHESIS, PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY Distance learning, based in Birmingham. Sponsorship available. Several parishioners are already doing this.


PARENTAL FOLLOW-UP TO TODAY’S CHILDREN’S LITURGY: We exhorted the children to thank the person who did something loving for them today (or yesterday). Receive their thanks warmly if you are that person, or encourage them to express thanks to someone else.

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