Adult Religious Education
Adults can continually enhance their spiritual development through weekly Bible study, Fr. Joe's biweekly adult education class, or by taking advantage of the extensive collection of books in the Msgr. Richard Larocque Library.
RCIA, the program for adults who are interested in becoming Catholic, is a one-on-one training in the Catholic faith.
Meets in the classroom across from the office, on Thursdays at 9:00 am.
Classes begin on September 12; this year will focus on Deuteronomy.
Women's Bible Study
“Walking With Purpose,” a 22-week program for women, begins soon! Classes will meet on Wednesday mornings
from 9:30 to 11:30. Childcare provided!! Visit www.walkingwithpurpose.com for general info on the program.
Small Christian Community
A group of 8-12 adults who come together weekly to share God’s story (i.e., the past Sunday’s scriptures) with each other and how these scriptures may have had an effect on their lives.
Fr. Joe's Adult Education Class
Meets every other Monday evening at 7:00 pm.
(Currently suspended due to the pandemic.)
RCIA — Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
RCIA is a program for adults who are interested in becoming Catholic. Visit the RCIA page to learn more.
If you or your spouse, fiancée, or friend is considering being baptized Catholic, — or, if you are already baptized and would like to become Catholic, please call for more information.
Adults interested in becoming Catholic are urged to call the pastor at 434-1660.