Lifelong Faith and Learning:

Adult Spirituality Programs

"Man is in search of God. In the act of creation, God calls every being from nothingness into existence...Even after losing through his sin his likeness to God, man remains an image of his Creator, and retains the desire for the one who calls him into existence."


Catechism of the Catholic Faith, 2566


Our faith is vast, steeped in tradition and history. We are called to continually pursue a deeper and more personal experience of our faith, not only in our youth but at all stages in our lives. Here at All Saints, we seek to provide a variety of opportunities for parishioners to learn about their faith, grow in virtue, and become inspired. We invite a wide range of speakers to give presentations on different topics, ranging from spirituality, family life, scripture, and social justice. We also offer several programs such as bible study, book groups, and more. Scroll below or explore the navigation menu to see some of the programs available at our parish. 

  • Fellowship of Catholic Christian Women (FCCW)

    For all Catholic women

    Every other Tuesday | 10am-12pm at the Parish Center

    First Session: Tuesday, September 24, 2019


    This year’s study is "The Lamb’s Supper, The Mass as Heaven on Earth" (Scott Hahn)


    “This ministry is open to any woman who desires a closer walk with God through His son, Jesus Christ. We desire to help each woman grow in her spiritual life as she journeys through the good times and the difficult times. The opportunity to bond with other women, to study and learn together, to discover the blessings of a spiritual community.” (Patricia A. Scileppi)


    For more information, contact:

    Clara Davidson 253-820-1319 or Teresa Iverson 253-208-5123

  • Hearts of Mercy Cenacle

    Please stay tuned for our 2019 season.


    Weekly meetings include sharing music, prayer, and discussion on sacred Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Pope St. John Paul II’s encyclical “Rich in Mercy,” and the “Diary of St. Maria Faustina.” The revelations given by our Lord to St. Faustina provide rich writings on spiritual growth and a deeper understanding of the mercy of God.


    Registrations for the 2018-2019 season are now open. Please click here to sign up!


    For more information, contact:

    Kathy Bitschenauer, Heart of Mercy Coordinator

    Certified in Lay Ministry, Lifetime Credential Teacher

    (253) 446-6126