Religious education is a life-long journey. Our goal is to help aid you in this life-giving message. You are your child's first teacher in Catechism. We believe there are different efforts you can do, as parents that truly make a difference. By attending Mass weekly, you show your child how important faith is in your life. Please share with your children how faith affects you in your work place, your social activities, and other events in your life. By discussing the weekly gospel with your child also helps them to connect church to their own lives. For further information please contact the Parish Office (314-6460).
SCRIPTURE STUDY CLASS: Father Jacob has announced that he will offer a Scripture study class Tuesdays beginning February 8 at 6:00 pm in the Parish Hall and running through the end of March. The book to be used is “A Father Who Keeps His Promises: God's Covenant Love in Scripture” by Hahn, Scott.
About the Book: The eloquent teachings of Scott Hahn have moved thousands of Catholic Christians to a more vital expression of their faith. In A Father Who Keeps His Promises, the popular Catholic apologist explores the covenant love God reveals to us in the Scriptures and explains how God patiently reaches out to us--despite our faults and shortcoming--to restore us into relationship with his divine Family. Dr. Hahn follows the high adventure of God's plan for the ages, beginning with Adam and Eve and continuing down through the generations to the coming of Christ and the birth of the Church. You'll discover how the patient love of the Father revealed in the Bible is the same persistent love he has for you. By focusing on our status as part of the family of God, he shows how the broken human family is made whole in Christ. This book helps readers understand the deep personal love God bears for his people and the plan that he has to bring them into an intimate family relationship.
There is no charge to participate. Books will be provided for those who enroll in the study. There will be a sign-up sheet in the vestibule for those who would like to participate, which will help us to order the correct number of books. Please contact the office if you have any questions (email@example.com; 509.314.6460).
The First Reconciliation and Communion Preparation program is a 2 year process. Mrs. Selma Torres is the Coordinator. If you have any questions you can contact the parish office at 509-314-6460 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you like to learn more about the Catholic Church or considering becoming a member? Perhaps you would like to join our new RCIA group this year.
RCIA, which stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, is a process through which non-baptized men and women enter the Catholic Church. It is also for those baptized in a different faith tradition who wish to become Catholic, or baptized Catholic, but never confirmed. It includes several stages marked by study, prayer and rites at Mass. Participants in the RCIA are known as catechumens. They undergo a process of conversion as they study the Gospel, profess faith in Jesus and the Catholic Church, and receive the sacraments of baptism, confirmation and Holy Eucharist. The RCIA process follows the ancient practice of the Church and was restored by the Second Vatican Council as the normal way adults prepare for baptism. In 1974 the Rite for Christian Initiation for Adults was formally approved for use in the United States. For further information please contact the Parish Office (509.314.6460 or email@example.com)
¿Te gustaría aprender más acerca de la Iglesia Católica o considerando convertirse en un socio? Tal vez le gustaría formar parte de nuestro nuevo grupo de RICA este año.
RICA, que significa Rito de la Iniciación Cristiana de Adultos, es un proceso a través del cual no bautizados hombres y mujeres entrar en la Iglesia Católica. También es para los bautizados en la fe de una tradición diferente que desean ser católicos o católicos bautizados, pero nunca confirmado. Incluye varias etapas marcadas por el estudio, la oración y los ritos de la misa participantes en el RICA son conocidos como catecúmenos. Se someten a un proceso de conversión al estudiar el Evangelio, profesan la fe en Jesús y la Iglesia Católica, y recibir los sacramentos del Bautismo, la Confirmación y de la Eucaristía. El proceso de RICA sigue la antigua práctica de la Iglesia y fue restaurado por el Concilio Vaticano II como a los adultos vías normales de preparación para el bautismo. En 1974 el Rito de Iniciación Cristiana para Adultos fue aprobado oficialmente para su uso en los Estados Unidos. Para más información póngase en contacto con la Oficina Parroquial (509.314.6460 o firstname.lastname@example.org)
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