Little Flower Association
The Little Flower Association founded during the Year of Faith (2013) is an answer to the call of the New Evangelization. The heart of this association is to fulfill Christ’s directive to proclaim the Gospel to all nations, so that in knowing God, all might love Him; that in loving Him, all might serve Him; that in serving Him, all souls might be saved. To accomplish this the Little Flower Association has a three-fold mission:
- To cultivate love of the Holy Eucharist, devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and unswerving loyalty to the Holy Father and the Magisterium (the teaching authority) of the Catholic Church.
- To prepare members to share the gift of Christ’s truth and love, as found in its fullness in the teachings and practice of the Catholic Church, through the Apostolate of Catechesis.
- To cultivate a Catholic formation to the service of the domestic church (the family)
What is the "Little Flower Association"?
A catechetical formation association for women The formation program is a full immersion into the Catholic Faith focusing on all aspects of the faith: Liturgical, Catechism, Prayer, Devotions & Spiritual Life, and Catholic Traditions.
Why is the Women's Association named "Little Flower Association"?
The Association is named for St. Therese of Lisieux, the "Little Flower" and placed under the protection of Our Lady Queen of the Apostles.
Who is forming and teaching the participates at the "Little Flower Association"?
Fr. Vasquez, the pastor of the parish is the teacher and primary formator of the participants.
What is the target group for "Little Flower Association"?
Open to women of all ages especially those serving as Catechists.
When does Little Flower Association begin?
Thursdays for their "Study Nights" begining August 22, 2013 at 6:30 pm
For more information contact email@example.com
Study Nights Begin
Thurs. Aug. 15, 2013
Temptation, Sin, & Conversion
Book for Discussion:
The Screwtape Letters
by C.S. Lewis
Little Flower Prayerbook