Catholic Schools Faculty and Staff Faith Formation

The Faith Journey program seeks to strengthen Catholic identity in our Diocesan schools by providing faith formation to the faculty, staff, and administrations.  The program aims to form the intellectual and spiritual lives of its participants by teaching the foundations of Catholic catechetics, allowing time for personal reflection and prayer, encouraging small-group faith discussions, and inspiring on-going witness of faithful Christian discipleship in both personal and professional lives.


Faith Journey seeks to form missionary disciples who will foster a holistic Catholic identity in our diocesan schools.

Faith Journey’s Pillars of Formation

Intellectual Formation: Intellectual formation consists in studying the revealed Truth of God in the Biblical text, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Catholic Social principles, Catholic moral principles, and theology of salvation.

Spiritual Formation: Spiritual formation consists in devoting time to building and deepening a relationship with God through prayer and reflection.

Formation for Community: The formation for community consists in sharing one’s faith with others and to learn from others the joys, struggles, and insights which can lead to a tighter-knit community helping to form one another in becoming better disciples of Christ.