NOVEMBER 27TH - NEW UPDATED COVID-19 Message

Public health measures...The following health measures are still in effect. Places of Worship: All places of worship must reduce capacity to 30 people, including wedding, funeral, and baptismal services. No food or drink may be present or served. It is mandatory to wear a mask at all times. It is also important to make sure you sanitize your hands. Thank you for understanding, cooperation & prayers. Next update is scheduled for January 29th.

 

Becoming Catholic

Step 1: Learn About Catholicism

One of the best ways you can learn about the Catholic Faith is to visit our Parish and let us know that you are interested in learning more about the Faith.

To get started with an overview of Catholic teaching, you can consult the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

Step 2: Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

If you have decided that you want to become Catholic, you will participate in a process called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). In RCIA, you will learn about the teachings of Jesus Christ and how to put His teachings into practice by living as part of the Catholic community, by serving others, and by praying to God.

To learn more about RCIA, please contact our Parish Office.

Step 3: Sacraments of Christian Initiation

If you have not been baptized, the Christian initiation process prepares you to become a Catholic Christian by celebrating in the Sacraments of Christian Initiation: Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Communion (Eucharist).

If you have been baptized in another Christian tradition, only the Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist are required to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church.

Upon receiving these Sacraments, you will become a member of the Roman Catholic Church.

For more information about Baptism, please contact our Parish Office to arrange an appointment with the Pastor.