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Contact Faith Formatin at: 281-446-8211
How to Become Catholic Through the RCIA Program
How to receive the sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist
in the Catholic Church
The process for becoming Catholic or completing the sacraments of Intitation in the Catholic Church is known as the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). Our sessions meet most Tuesday nights throughout the year at 7 p.m. beginning with Breaking Open of the Word. If you are thinking about becoming Catholic, the beginning Inquiry sessions will help you get started. Please contact the parish office to register before attending; this way we can assess your needs and discuss with you the best plan to help you get ready for baptism, confirmation and Eucharist. Ordinarily, the process takes nine months to a year (occasionally longer), depending on whether or not you are already baptized and other individual needs.
If you are a baptized Catholic who
needs Confirmation, please see the information under “Adult Confirmation.”
Questions may be directed to Mike Smith, our Pastoral Associate for Formation at
More information can be emailed to you.
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BASIC TEACHINGS of the CHURCH FOR ALL ADULTS
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Please email Faith Formation to have materials sent to you: AFF@st-mm.com
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SACRAMENTS at St. Mary Magdalene Church...click here
Together with the Mass and the sacraments, it is the official, public prayer of the Church.
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If you need childcare during any Adult Faith Formation activity, meeting or event, please contact the parish office at 281-446-8211 to ask about nursery care.
Remember to check the Sunday Bulletin for additional information!
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