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Catechism for Children & Talks for Adults in Chesham Bois

For five “4th Saturdays” from February through to June 2018 there will be catechism classes offered to children (all ages) and talks given for adults as part of the FSSP’s apostolate in Chesham Bois. The details given below can also be found by selecting “Activities” from the navbar above, and then clicking on “in Chesham” from the dropdown box. Please note on Saturday 24 Feb the programme begins at 2:30pm, not the usual 2pm.

Family Catechism Days 2018

Venue
Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Church
30 Amersham Rd
Chesham Bois
HP6 5PE

Dates (on 4th Saturdays)
24 Feb, 24 March, 28 April, 26 May, 23 June 2018

Activities
2 – 4pm: Catechism for Children 
followed by Altar Server Practice
4 – 4.30pm: Rosary & Benediction

7pm:              Talk for Adults on Love Defeats the anti-Christ (at the home of a local family–contact us for their address).

Please note on Saturday 24 Feb the programme begins at 2:30pm, not the usual 2pm.

Approximate schedule for catechism sessions: fiirst the children under 7 years-old (for about 10 minutes); then children aged about 7 to 12 years-old (for about 20 minutes); then teenagers 13 to 18 years-old (for about 40 minutes); then altar server training until 4pm, followed by the Holy Rosary and Benediction.

Families are invited to stay for as much of the programme as they wish. Tea and coffee will be available in an adjacent room.

The themes for the five Saturdays will be as follows:

Date Theme for Catechism (from 2pm)
24 Feb The Holy Trinity
24 March The Incarnation
28 April The Virgin Mary, the Apostles, the Angels
26 May The Sacraments & the Church
23 June Sacred Scripture & Prayer

 

Date Theme for Evening Talk for Adults (from 7pm)
24 Feb Holy Mass–the greatest treasure on Earth
24 March Salvation is from the Jews”–Jn 4:22
28 April Denying supernatural Revelation–the 1st beast of
the Apocalypse?
26 May Denying natural Revelation–the 2nd beast of
the Apocalypse?
23 June Love Defeats the anti-Christ