Formation

RCIA – Come and See

RCIA is the ordinary process for non-baptized persons to enter the Catholic Church. For those baptized in other Christian denominations who wish to make a profession of faith in the Catholic Church the parish has a shorter program called “Come and See.” Parishioners serve as parish sponsors, RCIA team members and assist catechumens in their journey into Catholicism. RCIA runs from mid-September through April (depending on the date of Easter). Come and See normally runs for eight weeks in the spring of the year. If you are interested in joining the Catholic Church please contact the parish office.

Formation for Students in Grade School

Our Religious Education Program is a cooperative effort between the catechists and the parents of our parish community. It is vital support to the lived-faith present in the child’s home environment. Our program provides instruction to our students in Catholic teachings and traditions and also meaningful prayer, sacramental and liturgical experiences. Our Religious Education Program strives to lead students to recognize Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, especially in the Eucharist; and challenges them to live the teachings of Jesus as revealed through the Roman Catholic Church. This we hold as important so that our students may grow in their relationship and love of God, in their Catholic faith, and their desire to share that with others. Classes meet during the school year on Wednesday evenings. Contact Karen Avila in All Saints school for more information.