Fall Course Offerings

Women’s Offerings

Walking With Purpose

A Catholic women’s apostolate that creates fresh and relevant Bible studies to lead women to personally know Christ through scripture. At Saint Mark we will offer the study, Rooted and Radiant, weekly September through November, and the study, Fearless and Free, February through April. To register, contact Karen Kapp at karenbkapp@gmail.com or click here.

Rooted and Radiant | Fearless and Free Brochure

  • Session I | Sundays 9:00-10:15am – St. Matthew Room
  • Session II | Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm – St. Matthew Room
  • Session III | Wednesdays 6:30-7:45pm – Parish Hall
  • Session IV | Thursdays 9:45-11:15am – St. Matthew Room
  • Starting September 2024

Women of Grace

The Women of Grace® Study Program leads women on an exciting journey to discover the gift of the true and essential nature God has endowed to woman referred to by Blessed John Paul II as the feminine genius, authentic femininity™, holiness of life, and woman‘s purpose and mission in the world today. Taking the Blessed Virgin Mary as their exemplar and Woman‘s potentiality for physical maternity pointing to her metaphysical reality – she is called to bring life to the world.

The program takes a multi-faceted approach by exploring all aspects of the feminine person including her spirituality, psychology, emotional reality, and physical being.  It will be presented over the course of 18 weeks on Fridays beginning August 23rd, 10:30 – 11:45 am.

  •  Fridays 10:30-11:45am – Room   
  • (beginning August 23 for 18 weeks)

Men’s Offerings

Into the Breach

Inspired by the Apostolic Exhortation for Catholic men written by Bishop Olmsted of Phoenix, the Knights of Columbus produced a video series which seeks to answer the question of what it means to be a man and how to live as a man in today’s world. Join us for beer, snacks and fellowship. Contact James Dunnigan for more information james@stmarkrc.org

Read the exhortation here

Men of St. Joseph

The Men of St. Joseph is an association of Christian men, united under the Catholic Church, who meet weekly to pray the Magnificat’s Morning Prayer, discuss life applications of the upcoming Sunday’s gospel and encourage each other to be the spiritual leaders in their families and communities. “Some might say our goal is a bit “lofty”: become stronger in our relationship with Christ and in our faith so we can help get ourselves and our families to heaven. It’s a bold purpose, but in the end what else really matters?