Cincinnati’s Catholic Beat online newspaper picks up the story of the new Year of Faith initiative sponsored by the Salve Regina council of the Knights of Columbus. Your host and brother knight is helping coordinate the effort. Please join us.

Cincinnati’s newest Knight of Columbus Council is sponsoring at Year of Faith study series this spring.

The Salve Regina Council of the Knights of Columbus, which serves St. Mary parish in Hyde Park (OH) and St. Rose parish in the East End (OH), will present the K of C’s “What Catholics Believe” catechetical program on the first Tuesday of each month beginning Feb. 5.

Fr. Martin Fox, pastor of St. Rose and Director of Priestly Formation for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, will lead the study. Fr. Fox says people of all ages and from any parish are welcome.

“While this is a great opportunity for adults to grow in their faith, I’ll be glad to have parents bring their kids to be part of it,” he says. “I’m hoping we can get some talk going that’ll make it interesting to all.”

The program based on a series of booklets by Luke H. Hart, which explain Catholic theology and practices in colloquial and contemporary language. The booklets, and those for two additional series (“How Catholics Worship” and “How Catholics Live”) can be read at the Knights of Columbus website, where they are also available as audio files.

The presentations at St. Rose will be from 7 to 8:15 pm on Feb. 5th, March 5th, April 2nd, May 7th, and June 4th. For information, call the parish at (513) 871-1162.

For a video introduction to the program, click here.

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