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The Office of Faith Formation envisions a faith formation program that is family–oriented. This means that each family takes the active role in the child’s journey in faith with the support of the Church in general and guidance of the catechist in charge in particular. Accordingly, the enrolled students in all levels bring home an […]
Children’s Christmas Party, given by the Knights of Columbus and Columbiettes, will be held on December 11th after the 11:00 a.m. Mass. There will be a box in the narthex of the church for donations of small children’s toys that would fit in a medium size gift bag for St. Nicholas (Santa) to hand out […]
The office of Faith Formation announces the welcoming of twenty (20) of their RCIA and RCIC inquirers and candidates on November 27, 2022. It is on this day that ten of the new inquirers will be welcomed in the new catechumenate. Over the coming months, they will be prepared for their initiation into the Christian […]
With a few bumps on the road, so to speak, the Office of Faith Formation, following the lead of the pilgrims, calls for giving thanks to God for the many blessing received from Him. We have tons of reasons to be thankful for. Photos below illustrate some of what I am talking about. Faith Formation […]
Holy Spirit Church offers catechesis not only for the youth kinder to 12 graders in the regular faith formation program. It also offers (a) the so-called Rites of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), a program in which participating adults called catechumens go through a process of studying the Gospel, nurturing their relationship with God, becoming […]
The Office of Faith Formation is pleased to share with Bulletin readers advance information on its upcoming initiatives and activities: In line with the newly set up Family Ministry, parents or guardians who are dropping off their children / wards for the 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM faith formation classes are invited to an informal […]
Everyone is often reminded in all of our catechism classes that every family is a small body of Christ. Whatever is experienced in the Church is an experience in the family relationship. It is within this domestic church where every member is expected to honor God’s laws, pray together, share problems and celebrate together. All […]
English A basic belief of our Catholic faith is that at each and every mass the bread and wine are transformed into the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Upon receiving His Body and Blood, it is our prayer that we too will be transformed into true disciples of His. We are then sent […]