Welcome to "Households of Faith" We are glad you are here!
What is a "Household of Faith"?
A "Household of Faith" is a small group of 6 to 10 people from a variety of backgrounds and life journeys who come together on a regular basis, at least once a month, in-person or online, for 60 to 90 minutes. The purpose of this time together is to get to know one another and grow in new friendships, while sharing the Holy Scriptures and some reflection using a simple process.
How do I begin, get more information or join a group today?
1. Start right here! Explore our website, there's information and tools for anyone to use.
2. Contact your local parish. Parishes and groups throughout the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface are growing in this small faith-sharing group method.
Grab your bible and gather some people!
Devoted to a family-like communion!
Family is so essential to our humanity! It is just as essential for growing in faith, with Jesus and one another, our sisters and brothers. Households of Faith is a way to connect and share our lives and faith; like the first Christian communities. In-person or online, we invite you to set up your Household of Faith. There are several tools to support you. These tools can also be useful to all small groups that already meet together in similar ways!
Invitation to join a Household of Faith
with Archbishop Albert LeGatt and Koreen Hrizai, Diocesan Coordinator
of Catechesis and Adult Faith Growth for the Anglophone Sector
We sincerely thank the Diocese of Quebec for sharing the spirit of Households with us, as well as many tools and documents produced by their Households team and Communications Service, and for giving us permission to adapt them for our diocese.
Households of Faith Hearth
Households of Faith Hearth – This new group is for you! Click here to stay informed and connect with other Households of Faith and the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface Office of Catechetics and Adult Faith Growth (English Sector) Join the "warmth" of Christ and others in this supportive place as we share our experiences and seek to grow Households of Faith in our midst. You will be added to a mailing list and informed of online and in-person gatherings as well as receive resources to aid you and others in this diocesan-wide initiative!
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