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What does a Charismatic Universalist Believe? The Trinity

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This is a weekly class for those interested in learning about the Charismatic Univervalist Church and/or Catholic Theology. The Charismatic Universalist Church is an Independent Catholic Church. We are not in any way connected with the Roman Catholic Church. However, our theology IS that of the first, ancient, apostolic, and holy church, which was Catholic. Therefore, anyone of any apostolic tradition (Catholic, Orthodox, Episcopalian, etc) will learn a great deal about their own beginnings. 

This class is broken into several weekly classes and is aimed at those who are studying to enter the CUC or for anyone curious about who we are and what we believe. We have several people who are entering formation for conversion, as well as a few who are discerning a call to the priesthood. This course will assist them on their continuing formation. 

This course will follow the following format:

Week 1: The Trinity

Week 2: Who is Christ and what did He do?

Week 3: The Eucharist

Week 4: The Mass

Week 5: The Sacraments

Week 6: Mary

Week 7: The Saints and Angels

Week 8: Purgatory, Heaven, and Hell

Week 9: The Church's Social Teachings

Week 10: The Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Every week will include a recommended book list for further reading, a series of bible passages to read and reflect on for the week, and questions for discussion. The Chat Room for Blogtalk will be open for questions and discussion on Thursday evenings at 7 pm CST. 

Email us if you have any questions: charismatic.universalist@gmail.com.

There is no cost for this class and no obligation to listen or join in. No one will contact you if you'd like to have the study materials. 

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