Inquirers Classes starting in January

Henry VIII with Catherine of Aragon and Cardinal Wolsey. Divorce?

Court intrigue! The history of the Anglican Church and Episcopal Church are filled with all manner of intrigue and perspectives. Was the Episcopal Church really started “because Henry wanted a divorce?” Or, was there more to it than that? Is the Episcopal Church really a reformed version of the Catholic Church, “Catholic light?” How do we Episcopalians govern ourselves? What is all of this about good order in liturgy and am I expected to make the sign of the cross? So many questions and it can be confusing when you are first navigating the Episcopal Church.

Join us for an exploration of the Episcopal Church, The Diocese of Louisiana, and Saint Anna’s. Consider ways of thinking that encourage inquiry and dissent.

Classes start January 15, 2023 – 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the Maginnis House classrooms. A sign up sheet is located in the Parish Hall. Attendance can lead, if you wish, to Confirmation/Reception into the Episcopal Church.

For further information email or call the church at 504-947-2121

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