Adult Enrichment

This year for adult formation, most speaker presentations will be offered that coincide with the scripture verses and content of what is being presented to the students in Faith Formation.  The theme for the year is Our Road to Salvation through Biblical Covenants.  It takes us from Adam and Eve, through Noah, Abraham, Moses, David, to the New Covenant – Jesus and beyond through St. Paul, to us.

  • Sessions on Sunday mornings are 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in Seton Hall (lower level)
  • Sessions on Monday evenings are 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. in Seton Hall (lower level)

Download the full schedule here:  2022-2023 Adult Formation Speaker Series

October  - The Unpacking of Our origin: Genesis 1

Date:  October 10 
Time:  6:15 p.m.
Speaker:  Sam El-Azem, Tri-Parish Director of Formation for Children at Christ King, St Pius X Parishes in Wauwatosa Wisconsin

October - Discovering God's Biblical covenants: From Noah to Jesus - The Path to Salvation

Date:  October 23 & 24
Time:  9:30 a.m. / 6:15 p.m.
Speaker:  Al McCauley, Director of Adult Faith Formation at St. Anthony on the Lake Parish in Pewaukee

This wonderful presentation with speaker Al McCauley presenting "Christ as Covenant" gives us a preview of the topics we'll be covering the rest of the year! Included in Al's talk were several video clips we cannot post on YouTube for copyright reasons. Links to the clips can be found embedded in the video.

Download the PowerPoint from Al McCauley's presentation here. 

Be sure to check out Al's great weekly YouTube series here:  Fish on Fridays.

November - Genesis 6: The Story of Noah: God is Faithful

Date:  November 7
Time:  6:15 p.m. 
Scripture Study/Small Group Discussion

November - Personal Covenants Lived Out in Love

Date:  November 13 & 14
Time:  9:30 a.m. / 6:15 p.m.
Speaker:  Sue Switalski

In what ways are we called into relationship with those around us that reflects God’s Love for Us?  This presentation focus’ primarily on marriage but also covers family communication and the relationships of those around us.

December - Exodus 14: Moses - God Saves His People and Exodus 20: We are Given Rules to Live By

Date:  December 5
Time:  6:15 p.m. 
Scripture Study/Small Group Discussion

January - Revisiting the Life, Letters, and Message of St. Paul

Date:  January 8 & 9
Time:  9:30 a.m. / 6:15 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Dan Scholz, President of Cardinal Stritch University and Seton favorite

Dr. Dan Scholz gives us a glimpse into the life, teachings and impact of Saint Paul and how his letters and revolutionary message remain applicable today.

January - Luke 2 and Matthew 1: Jesus is God

Date:  January 23
Time:  6:15 p.m. 
Scripture Study/Small Group Discussion

February - St. Paul's Letter to the Romans 

Date:  February 12 & 13
Time:  9:30 a.m. / 6:15 p.m.
Speaker:  Dr. Dan Scholz

In this session Dr. Dan Scholz looks at where St. Paul’s Letter to Romans fits into the chronology of his life and the centrality of his message as Apostle to the Gentiles.

February - Marriage Enrichment

Date:  February 27
Time:  6:15 p.m. 
Speaker:  Ed and Donna Rivard

"Marriage Enrichment - The Joys and Challenges of Marriage"
Join us as the Rivards share their experience of a real-life, lived experience in the Sacrament of Marriage - the ups and downs and everything in between.  We hope you will come and share in this evening of presentation and discussion.

March - John 6 and John 11: The Miracles of Jesus

Date:  March 6
Time:  6:15 p.m. 
Scripture Study/Small Group Discussion

Visiting Parts of the Mass through John 6 and John 11

March - What's the big deal about Holy Week? 

Date:  March 12 & 13
Time:  9:30 a.m. / 6:15 p.m.
Speaker:  Sue Switalski

Holy week is an incredibly sacred time in the Catholic Faith. In this session, we find out what makes Holy week so special and what it means to us as Catholics.

April - Luke 5 and Matthew 4: Called to be His Disciple

Date:  April 24
Time:  6:15 p.m. 
Scripture Study/Small Group Discussion

May - Using Our Gifts for Discipleship

Date:  May 7 & 8
Time:  9:30 a.m. / 6:15 p.m.
Speaker:  Raejean Kanter

Join us as published author and Seton parishioner Raejean Kanter walks us through ways that we hear God’s voice in our noisy world. Raejean is a dynamic professional with years of experience working alongside non-profit organizations and has an incredible gift for communication. Hear her thoughts on how God is talking to us every day. Then, dive into small group guided discussion, unpack what this means in our daily lives, and identify new ways to dial into God’s frequency.

November 2021

You're invited to check out Patrick Lencioni's presentation on "Managing Transition" from The Amazing Parish in the video below.

Managing Transition from The Amazing Parish on Vimeo.

If you would like to help with this ministry, please consider joining the Adult Enrichment Committee


For more information about our programs, Contact Sue Switalski, Pastoral Minister
or call the Christian Formation Office at 262-782-8982