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S.O.A.L. (St. James Older Adult Learning)

St. James Older Adult Learning program, also known as SOAL. SOAL classes provide adults (ages 55 and older) a great opportunity to socialize and learn new skills. Participants enjoy 3 one-hour sessions each Friday on topics such as spirituality, arts and crafts, health, contemporary issues and travel. This program is offered twice a year to the community, and all are welcome to attend. Volunteer instructors set the tone for fun and interesting classes. The Spring 2024 session runs for 5 weeks. Invite a friend and come join us for this fun program! 

Want more information or to be added to the mailing list? Contact Sue Devine-Simon at 262-251-0897 or Kristen Winter at 262-250-2663. 

Print your SOAL Spring 2024 Registration Packet here!

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Scripture Reflections

Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. via ZOOM

Thursday at 6:30 p.m. via ZOOM

Take an hour out of your week to discuss the readings for the upcoming weekend masses. Reflecting on the readings is a good way to prepare to celebrate our Sunday liturgical celebrations. Call or e-mail Sue at 262-253-2904 or for the ZOOM link to participate.


Forming the Catechetical Spirit
Are you looking to sharpen your skills as a catechist, enrich your understanding of our Catholic traditions or feel more prepared to teach the faith to your children?  Here’s a great opportunity for you! Join us for Forming the Catechetical Spirit program
(also known as FtCS)
FtCS is a monthly, adult formation process that will help you grow in faith and give you the tools to share faith with others. This wonderful program is OPEN TO ALL and FREE.
This program meets on Saturday mornings, roughly once a month and after 9 sessions you will have basic certification.
Check out this flyer for more information and to register

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

  • This process is for adults who have not been baptized and want to explore learning more about Jesus Christ and the Catholic church; or for adults baptized in another Christian denomination, but who may now be interested in being accepted and confirmed into the Catholic church; or
  • Adults who are baptized Catholics, but have not completed their full initiation into the Catholic church and still need to celebrate the sacraments of 1st Eucharist and Confirmation.
  • Please call Sue Devine-Simon, Adult & Family Minister, at 262-253-2904, for more details.  This process begins in mid-September.