• Baptism
  • Eucharist
  • Confirmation
  • Marriage
  • Holy Orders
  • Reconciliation
  • Anointing of the Sick


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Registration for the 2015-2016 Religious Education program will begin in May 2015.

Do any one of these qualities fit you?

Have you experienced a yearning to be part of something larger than yourself? 

Have you found yourself asking whether this is all there is in life? 

Have you found yourself yearning for meaning and purpose in your life? 

Have you been looking for a deeper experience of spiritual truth? 

Do you want to grow closer to God? 

Are you looking for deep sense of community and commitment? 

Do you want to know more about God? 

Are you looking for a spiritual life grounded in solid stable theological substance? 

Do any one of these situations fit you? 

Are you interested in learning about the Catholic faith? 

Are you unbaptized but recognize a need for God in your life? 

Were you baptized Catholic, but never received any formal religious training? 

Were you baptized into another denomination but wish to become Catholic? 

Are you married to a Catholic and attend Mass, but don’t know how to become Catholic? 

Then the RCIA is the place for you! 

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) 

RCIA is a casual and conversational environment where people who are exploring Catholic Christianity – and baptized Catholics who need to complete their sacraments – get to know more about the basic message of Christ and the mission of his Church. 

This is an accessible and welcoming way to take a look at the bigger picture about God, Jesus, the Bible, the Christian story and the Catholic Church. We meet Tuesday evenings, from 7:30pm to 9:00pm in the Parish Life Center. If you’re new to Christianity or the Catholic Church, RCIA is for you. 

RCIA will begin May 21, 2013, and will run through Palm Sunday. Informational sessions are being held every Tuesday until May 21. In addition to explaining the RCIA process, we’re showing the award-winning series “Catholicism” that paints the big picture about the Catholic Church.