Adult Faith Formation

Adult faith formation allows us to actively learn and live Jesus’ call. This includes bible study groups, but so much more…it involves creating opportunities to meet people where they are in their relationship with Christ so we can grow as disciples. The US Catholic Bishops remind us: God's call to holiness, our faith and life as adult disciples are grounded in developing a personal relationship with Jesus and we learn and live our faith as active members of the Church. Prayerfully consider growing your relationship with Jesus. For more information contact Kym Leibham -
Safeguarding Coordinator is Lori Woelfel -


Young Mom’s Play Group
Join us for loving fellowship and play time the 2nd the 4th Friday of each month from 9am – 11am.
Winter months in St. Dominic’s PAC (gym). Otherwise, they meet at various parks. 

Join us for Coffee & Faith with Fr. Phil
Looking to deepen your faith and connect with others on your spiritual journey? Come and join us at our biweekly gathering hosted by Fr. Phil Reifenberg. Grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and let's have some meaningful conversations about faith and life. The first and third Tuesday of each month from 10 am – 11:30 am in the St. Dominic gathering space outside the PAC.

Amen App Scriptural Stations
Thank you, parishioner Kathy Cram, for a reference to a beautiful Scriptural Stations of the Cross by Pope St. John Paul II available on the Amen app.

Book Recommendation
33 Days to Eucharistic Glory by Matthew Kelly is the first ever Eucharistic Consecration book. This unprecedented spiritual resource presents profound truths, astonishing historical facts, powerful practical examples, a daily virtue to adopt, extraordinary prayers, and inspiring stories—all in an easy-to-follow daily format.
     Life is a pilgrimage. It is a sacred journey toward our eternal home with God. Learn what it means to be a pilgrim in a world that’s constantly trying to reduce you to a tourist and consumer. Journey with Mother Teresa, John Paul II, Thérèse of Lisieux, Maximilian Kolbe, Thomas Aquinas, Sister Faustina, the Children of Fatima, and Mary the Mother of God to experience Jesus in the Eucharist like never before.
     And…there is an adult and a children’s version! Available on Amazon and Dynamic Catholic websites.

Working Professionals
I recently discovered a spectacular podcast on faith, business, and leadership with Fr. Nathan Cromly, CSJ called “Dare Great Things for Christ.” Fr. Cromley invites you to ask yourself how we can be someone who really makes a change in this world. The gospel of Jesus Christ summons a response from those who receive it. That response lays down a pathway for the transformation of culture, society, and relationships that is nothing short of heroic.

     In this podcast, Father Nathan Cromly enables listeners to hear the voice of Christ calling them to greatness at every level; an ideal offering for those who have accepted the call to be leaders in their various states of life. It is available on most podcast apps: Apple, Spotify, Podbean, etc. Enjoy! Kym

Pope Francis’ Year of Prayer
Pope Francis announced 2024 will be “dedicated to rediscovering the great value and absolute need for prayer in one’s personal life, in the life of the Church, and in the world” in preparation for the 2025 Jubilee Year of Hope. How can you grow your prayer life this year? Contact Kym and we can develop a plan together.

Eucharistic Revival
The company of God is ever-present, extending an inviting hand to you. We encourage you to embrace this divine invitation, dedicating an extra hour with our Lord each week. We ask that you prayerfully consider His call to participate in Adoration, Reconciliation, or an additional Mass weekly as you nurture your love with Christ.

Adoration Across the County

  • Sunday: 1:30-3:30 pm 2nd Sunday, St. Nicholas, Dacada, (Random Lake) (seasonal, closed for winter Dec.-March)
  • Monday: 2-5:30 pm 1stMonday, St. Rose Fredona
  • Tuesday: 12-7 pm, St. Clement, Sheboygan (EXCEPT March 19 – 12-5 pm; & No Adoration on March 26)
  • Wednesdays: after 8 am Mass (8:30-9:30 am ish), St. Thomas Aquinas, Elkhart Lake & 3-5 pm St. John the Baptist, Plymouth
  • Thursdays: 8-9 am before Mass, Blessed Trinity, Sheboygan Falls
  • Thursdays: 6 am– 9 pm St. John the Evangelist, Kohler
  • Thursdays: 5-7 pm Our Lady of the Lakes, Random Lake
  • Thursday: 9 am-Noon 3rd Thursday, St. Peter Claver
  • Saturday: 8:30 - 9:30 am 1st Saturday, SS. Cyril and Methodius from, immediately following the 8 am Mass

See Mass Schedule on Website for Weekday & Weekend Masses.

National Eucharistic Pilgrimage (Procession)
The closest opportunity we will have to participate in the
Eucharistic Revival Pilgrimage is on June 18, 5 p.m. Mass with Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki and Diocese of Green Bay Bishop David L. Ricken at Ss. Peter & Paul Parish, Kiel.

All-Night Adoration, Our Lady of the Holy Land - Holy Cross site, Mount Calvary.

Wednesday, June 19
Mass — Our Lady of the Holy Land Parish – Holy Cross site, Mount Calvary
St. Lawrence High School Seminary, Mount Calvary

Full details

Why the Eucharist Revival Now?
The church needs healing. And the world needs the church.


· 39% Catholics ATTEND MASS weekly.

· 112,000,000 individuals have had serious THOUGHTS OF SUICIDE during the last year in the US.

· FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF OUR NATION the number of adults belonging to a church or congregation has FALLEN BELOW 50%
Statistics from the National Eucharistic Revival Playbook.

Communion to Commission
We are called to reach all people to fall in love with Jesus, inspire disciples, and go out on missionary discipleship. He has called you by name to discern how you will grow His kingdom through the year of Eucharistic Revival. Contact Kym to help bring the Eucharistic Revival to our parish family through:

·Ministry work
·Faith formation (youth, family, adult)
·Special events
·Intercessory prayer teams
·Person to person encounters

Ongoing Bible Studies

o   Women’s Bible Study utilizing At Home with the Word and studying Sunday Scriptures with Brant Petri reflections Wednesday mornings 9–11 a.m. St. Dominic Aquinas Room. St. Dominic hosts 8 a.m. Mass prior to the study. The group is welcoming to all who would like to better understand scripture for the Sunday masses and try to incorporate it in our daily lives. Small book cost.

o   The Open Bible. Study the upcoming Sunday Readings: Teachings+Videos+ Small Groups= Increase Your Faith. Wednesday evenings from 6:30– 8 p.m. at the Reinl Center Chapel, first floor. Registration is not necessary; join when you are able. No cost.

Special note: The first Wednesday of each month, this group will participate in a Bible study featuring a series by Scott Hanh. All are welcome to join anytime.

o   Wake up to Your Faith small group is hosting a study on the Book of Luke Sundays from 9–10 a.m. Volz Lounge, St. Dominic. Hosted by Don and Jan Holmes.

o  That Man is You (TMIY). Interested in strengthening your faith and making a difference in your life and those around you. TMIY is a national Catholic men’s program meeting every Saturday morning at Blessed Trinity in Sheboygan Falls at 7 a.m. with coffee and donuts, followed by a 20-minute video and small group discussion till 8:30 a.m. This chapter is about 25 men ages 30-80 and looking to grow! Contact Mark Weber 920-980-2112 or Steve Stauber  920-395-2091.

FORMED Teaching Mass
A two-part series offering a deep dive into the many parts of the Mass and the meaning of each.

Abiding Together Podcast
Women, the Abiding Together Podcast is BACK! Hosted by Sister Miriam, Michelle Benzinger, and Heather Khym, Abiding Together provides a place of connection, rest and encouragement for people who are on the journey of living out their passion and purpose in Jesus Christ. You can find the podcast on their website or iTunes, Spotify, Podbead, or Google Podcasts and it’s FREE!

Focus on Us
Strengthening Marriages
Our NEW and ongoing marriage ministry gives couples the time to love, listen, and share with each other and deepen the presence of Christ as the center of a marriage. Groups of 4–5 couples come together on a Friday evening, once a month. The host couple provides questions for meditation and sharing, then models how to share. Each couple moves to a separate space together and contemplates the questions and shares, just with each other. The evening is mainly about sharing as a couple. Couples of all ages and chapters of life are presently part of the ministry. Couples are welcome to join anytime. Contact Kym if you are interested in learning more.



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