“Faith is a personal act – the free response of the human person to the initiative of God who reveals himself, but faith is not an isolated act. No one can believe alone, just as no one can live alone. You have not given yourself faith as you have not given yourself life. The believer has received faith from others and should hand it on to others. Our love for Jesus and for our neighbor impels us to speak to others about our faith. Each believer is thus a link in the great chain of believers, I cannot believe without being carried by the faith of others, and by my faith I help support others in faith.”

(Catechism of the Catholic Church, Article 2)

People who are not Catholic have questions about how to become Catholic. Some of the questions include…. What is the process involved? How long does it take? How do I get started? What would I need to learn about? When are the sacraments celebrated for adults? All these questions can be answered during an initial interview just to inquire about RCIA.


For those who are interested in becoming Catholic, the period of formation (process) will be once again be offered at the parish. There are a variety of interesting topics that will be discussed during the process. It is important to register and/or inquire as to how this will unfold at the parish. Naturally, all safety protocols regarding the pandemic will be in place. If you are interested or you know someone who might be interested, please share this information. For more information, or to register, please contact Shirley  at (306) 343-0325.