RCIA is a formal process within the Church which allows non-Catholic adults to learn more about the Faith. While it is an educational program, the ultimate goal, if the candidate so chooses, is to be welcomed into the Catholic Faith by reception of the Sacrament of Baptism/Confirmation, which always occurs on Holy Saturday. The RCIA program usually begins in October/November and concludes with the Rite of Acceptance on Holy Saturday. Classes are held weekly and meet at an agreed time convenient for both the instructors and candidates. Assigned readings and class discussion are part of the normal weekly meetings. Any non-Catholic with an interest in learning more about the RCIA process should talk to one of the priests or deacons.

 

Parish Nurse Corner

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Their weakness was turned into strength. They became strong in battle and put whole armies to flight. -Hebrews 11:34.

There are more than 54 million people in the United States with various kinds of disabilities that affect the way they lead their lives. For many, these disabilities lead to feelings of inadequacy and poor self esteem. Special Olympics has used sports to help the disabled use the talents the Lord has given to find success. More than 3 million people have participated in this great enterprise that benefits both the disabled and the volunteers helping them. Think about ways you could volunteer to help the disabled. Christ welcomed everyone to his table. We should do the same.

For I am the Lord, your God, who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you. -Isaiah 41:13.

2018 Annual Catholic Appeal

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The 2018 Annual Catholic Appeal is now underway in the diocese. To view some of the charitable initiatives, please view the video below that displays some of the programs & beneficiaries. 

As a parish it would be an accomplishment to meet our goal and increase parishioner participation. Please pray for a successful campaign. Thank you. Father Prince.

Click here to visit the Annual Catholic Appeal Website

 

Coffee Hour

coffee2The Parish Coffee Hour is held most Sundays following the 9:30 am Mass.

Baked goods are always welcome! There are usually 2 families who volunteer to host each Sunday. The first Sunday of the month is always hosted by the Prime Timers.If you would like to host a coffee hour please contact Cyndi Markovitz.