Parent Faith Formation


Parent Faith Formation

Lenten Reflection Description...


We at Cardinal Gibbons High School would like to share with you a unique Lenten experience. For four Tuesday evenings beginning March 14th we invite you to journey with us in study and prayer as we explore ourselves through the lens of traditional Catholic prayer - the Examen and meditation through Taizé.


Part of the rich tradition of the Catholic Church is recognizing the need to reflect on our daily activities—to remember God's invitation to acknowledge the Holy Spirit’s movement throughout our day and our response “or lack thereof” to that invitation. Saint Ignatius of Loyola developed a simple method to help us grow in self-understanding and free us to follow God's will. This practice is often called the Examen.

We will complete each evening by incorporating Taizé Prayer - a series of short, repetitive chants - to provide a meditative atmosphere that gradually penetrates our whole being and brings us through the darkness.


Come and join us as we prayerfully reflect on the Scriptural themes of the Lenten Season. Theology faculty members Mr. Douglas Hudson and Mrs. Emily West will lead this study.


Participants need to purchase a journal (or use your own) for personal prayer and reflection.


The evenings will begin in the Queen of All Saints Chapel and then move to Room 114.


Parent Faith Formation

Partners in Prayer - PIP



Families that pray together stay together!


Partners in Prayer (PIP) is a supportive parent prayer group that gathers to pray bi-weekly in the Queen of All Saints Chapel (Fridays, 8:15 - 8:45am). Prayer intentions are are encouraged.


Email: Debra Taiwo at CGFamilyAssociation@cghsnc.org with your prayer intention or to become part of the group praying on your behalf.

No registration required - All are Welcome

Parent Faith Formation

Reflection Description...

The four Gospels are often misunderstood as all telling the same story four times over. While the essential, divine reality of Jesus is captured in the four Gospels, each individual Gospel communicates this nature of Christ in its own unique fashion; a fashion shaped by the individual author, his audience, and his historical context. This course will explore the unique approach that each Gospel writer took in communicating his understanding of the nature of Christ, and how those four approaches come together to give us our one, universal image and understanding of Christ. As we now bask in the majesty of the birth of Jesus, come explore how we experience Jesus in the Gospels.

Queen of All Saints Chapel and then move to Room 117

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