While book clubs can enrich the mind, the Spirituality Reading Club also explores the heart and the stretches the spirit. SRC challenges people to reach beyond a surface relationship with God to explore other’s ideas and commentaries on our Christian faith.
SRC members read and study one book per month to strengthen their spirituality and dialogue about the viewpoints of well-known Christian authors. In a group setting, participants will share their thoughts about a book’s topic and answer questions that tie it back to faith, a relationship with God and living in the world today. The Rev. Orrin Halepeska, parochial vicar at CtR, leads the group in discussion. He facilitates deep conversation that allows participants to express their beliefs and find answers to tough questions the books may present.
The club meets at 10 a.m. on Monday and 7 p.m. on Tuesday during the fourth week of every month.
Please read the book before class each month.
To sign up, contact Margaret Carnicle, Director of Family Life, at
Next in July
We're sticking with reading Books 5, 6 and 7 of "Confessions" by St. Augustine. The prayer-format of "Confessions" is gripping and thought-provoking as one discovers Augustine's conversion to Catholicism and his commentary on vital parts of our life on earth.
All are welcome to the group. Please those sections of the book before class each month. Please register at the start of each month, so you don’t miss out on the thought-provoking discussion and fruitful relationships.