Adult Religious Education

Faith formation is a lifelong journey as we discover new ways to embrace our faith. Adults are encouraged to join a Bible Study group or serve as a sponsor or religious education teacher. Using your faith helps to keep it present in your life and helps to enrich the lives of others. 

Adult Bible Studies: Adult studies are offered at different times during the year.  Please see our Calendar or contact the Parish Office for information on the current offerings.

BETWEEN the Masses: This group meets on Sunday mornings at 9 am in Beltran Hall for coffee, food, fellowship, and a brief discussion on all things Catholic! Let's fill the gaps BETWEEN what we know and what we always wanted to know about our Catholic faith.  Topics will change each week and will include presentations on the Mass, Prayer, Suffering, Mary, the Bible and much more.  Nursery services will be available.  If you have any questions about the program, you can email our Adult RE Team.

RCIA is the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults and meets on Sundays during the regular school year from 9 am to 10:15 am. The process begins with the opportunity to inquire about the Catholic faith and is followed by classes exploring the teachings of the Church. A Rite of Welcome is celebrated for those who intend to proceed towards full membership into the faith. Baptized Catholics participate as candidates and non-Catholics and non-baptized adults enter as catechumens. Each person has a sponsor to assist in their faith journey. Members typically enter the Faith at the Easter Vigil.