Becoming Catholic (or Returning to the Church)

Do you have questions about the Catholic faith?  Have you been thinking of joining the Catholic Church?

Have you been away from the Catholic Church and wonder if you could come back?

 

 

 

Regardless of whether you:

  • were never Catholic
  • were raised in a different Christian denomination
  • had no particular faith
  • stopped coming to Mass
  • never finished your sacraments
  • have gotten a divorce
  • had children when you weren’t married
  • or any other life event that you think prevent you from being a Catholic

 

You (and your family) CAN come home to the Catholic Church. We want you to come home.

Please contact Greg Perkowski 517-899-7126, for more information about becoming Catholic or returning to the Catholic Church through our Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA).

Weekly sessions began Sunday, September 15th following our 11:30 a.m. mass in Room 106 and run through May 2020. It’s not too late to join the group, so stop in after mass to ask questions, get answers, and consider joining or returning to the church. There is NO commitment required as you take the opportunity to explore the Catholic Church through the Inquiry Sessions (September – November).

Children of catechetical age (an unbaptized child who has reached about the age of 7 or older) can be enrolled in our children’s religious education classes with their school grade class and receive additional learning opportunities about the Catholic faith that is just right for their age.

 

Enjoy this video from Ascension Press titled, “What Constitutes a Practicing Catholic?”