ARCHBISHOP FLYNN CATECHETICAL INSTITUTE
2,000 years ago, Jesus gave us a new normal—to follow him. Today, we can know Him intimately & enter into His mission like never before!
Deadline for Registration: January 1, 2021
This 7-week course taught by Jeff Cavins includes a 40-Day Discipleship Challenge that will take place during Lent and a follow-up Activated Disciple seminar!
The Archbishop Flynn Catechetical Institute invites you to a 7-part experience unlike any other that will not only teach the basics of discipleship but will provide an ongoing initiative to put what you learn into practice!
If you are interested in taking what you have learned and going to the next level, this spectacular experience is for you. You will be joined by people like you—people who have a hunger to live and share their faith. This is the key to our Church’s growth.
You’ll learn important keys to live your life as a modern disciple:
- What does it mean to be a modern-day disciple?
- What are the daily disciplines of a disciple?
- How do you share your faith with confidence?
- How do you bring your prayer life to a new level?
- How do you hear the voice of God in daily prayer?
Led by Jeff Cavins, CI instructor, and former director, this course is not mere teaching but an experience where Jeff will help you create the life you’ve been longing for as a modern-day disciple. If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to be a disciple 2,000 years ago, walking daily with Jesus, this course is for you! You can experience that life yourself!
In a recent interview, Jeff was asked, “What is the secret to fruitful parishes and thriving families?” Jeff answered, “We will never become the parishes and the families we hope to be if we don’t live in a relationship with Jesus the way the early disciples did. From morning to night, we must bridge the gap between our faith and everyday life. This is the life of a disciple. Every decision, every word, every action, every purchase is made from the perspective of being a disciple of Christ. Nothing less will do.”