Adult Faith Enrichment (A.F.E.) Nights at St. Mary of the Mills

Jesus stood up and exclaimed, “Let anyone who thirsts come to me and drink." (John 7:37) 

Need a little refreshment on Monday nights?  Go deeper into the heart and mind of Jesus on our A.F.E. Nghts.  Join us on Monday evenings for enriching presentations, thought-provoking discussion, and fellowship with others who are seeking a deeper life of faith, greater knowledge of Scripture and the teaching of the Church, answers to particular questions, and more.  All are welcomed, whether parishioners or visitors.  Breen Room - the hall below the church - beginning at 7:30 p.m.  New season begins on Monday, September 17, 2018.  We're saving a seat for you!


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New Season Begins September 17.


Scripture Study Nights are always the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. 

“What would happen if we turned back when we forget it, if we opened it more times a day, if we read the message of God contained in the Bible the way we read messages on our cellphones?” (Pope Francis)

New Season Begins September 17.


The 4th Monday of each month is usually a look at the Church and her mission against the backdrop of the events, attitudes, and beliefs of the current modern culture.

"Christians, on pilgrimage toward the heavenly city, should seek and think of these things which are above.  This...increases the importance of their obligation to work with all men in the building of a more human world."  (Pope Paul VI, On the Church in the Modern World)

New Season Begins September 17.


Scripture Study Nights are always the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. 

“What would happen if we turned back when we forget it, if we opened it more times a day, if we read the message of God contained in the Bible the way we read messages on our cellphones?” (Pope Francis)

New Season Begins September 17.


On the 2nd Monday of each month we take a look at topics which relate to Catholic prayer and spirituality including those which help us to plumb the depths of liturgy and the sacraments.

"Many people perceive Christianity as something institutional rather than as an encounter with Christ - which explains why they don't see it as a source of joy."  (Pope Benedict XVI)