Christ Life Series at Immaculate

Evangelization is a purposeful effort to introduce people to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and His transforming love. The ChristLife series is a three-step evangelization process that is changing lives and transforming parishes. The series consists of three essential elements: discover, follow, and share.

This 3 step process is offered in the fall and spring by Msgr. Paul here at Immaculate  with Fr. Tony from  Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.  Each step is 7 consecutive weeks with a retreat day.  The weekly sessions are held in Madonna Hall on Tuesday evenings.  Please call Msgr. Paul for more information 973-744-5650 ext. 122 or email to find out when the next sessions will be beginning.

Sharing ChristDiscovering Christ is for anyone and everyone, from the baptized in the pews to the unbaptized person who has never entered a church. Discovering Christ:

  1. helps participants enter into or renew a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, experience the love of God the Father, and be empowered by the Holy Spirit to live as God’s children.
  2. gives participants the relational support necessary to begin living for Christ within the parish or group that offers the course.


Following ChristFollowing Christ helps those who have completed Discovering Christ to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. This is accomplished through the grace of God by praying together, teaching, and supporting one another in some of the basic disciplines and truths practiced by Christians since the early Church.



Discovering ChristSharing Christ focuses on personal or friendship evangelization, sharing our relationship with Jesus in our daily encounters with people. The course helps to develop an attitude of the heart that moves us to be open to share the Good News we have experienced anytime and anywhere.

PLEASE NOTE: COMING IN THE FALL OF 2017–Third Phase of the “Christ Life Series”

FALL 2017 Session of SHARING CHRIST BEGINS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th 7:30 to 9:30PM in Madonna Hall.



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