Fidei Depositum is a year-long, extensive study of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Described by Pope St. John Paul II as a “sure norm for teaching the faith,” this monumental work serves a pivotal role in developing a rich and integrated understanding of Catholicism.
This series is divided into four parts, corresponding to the four parts of the Catechism: The Profession of Faith, The Celebration of the Christian Mystery, Life in Christ, and Christian Prayer. Application is required for each part. Though there is a natural progression through the parts, participation in previous parts is neither a requirement for acceptance, nor a necessity for understanding the material taught in subsequent parts.
We are currently in Part III, in which we study man’s call to share in God’s divine life. Applications are no longer being accepted at this time, but announcements will be made once the window for applying for Part IV opens later this year.