There are a few paths to Becoming Catholic – which one best describes you?
I have not been baptized; I was baptized into another Christian faith; I have been baptized Catholic, but have received no other Sacraments
Sessions will begin in September
Sessions are held every Tuesday night through April
Reception into the Church at Easter.
I have been baptized in another Christian faith; I have been baptized Catholic, but have received no other Sacraments
Sessions began in February
Sessions were held on Monday nights.
Reception into the church is on November 1, at the feast of All Saints.
I have been baptized Catholic and I have received my First Communion.
Sessions are held in January and for 4 weeks.
If you are interested in Becoming Catholic or completing the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation) contact Patty Mayer at 964-3038.
What to do if my child is 8 years old and has not received Baptism or is in 3rd grade or older and has not yet received First Communion (Eucharist):
Register student for grade-appropriate Faith Formation classes - the preferred time, if available, is Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Contact Patty Mayer to arrange for some discussion of your child's needs
In October students will attend classes specific to the Sacraments twice a month on Tuesdays at 5:30pm (they will need to check in with their regular Faith Formation teacher for attendance purposes, then will go to classroom for sacraments)
Those here for Baptism will be Baptized at the Easter Vigil
Those here for Reconciliation and Eucharist will receive sacraments before Lent
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is the process that adults go through to become Catholic and be fully initiated into the church. It is more than just learning the history, rules and regulations. It is building a relationship with God and the worshiping community.
To learn more about the process check the USCCB website.