RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is for adults interested in learning more about the Catholic faith.
Adults may prepare for the sacraments of Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation with the RCIA program. The time it takes to prepare for the sacraments varies greatly, depending on several variables. Contact the office at 920-846-2276 to schedule with Fr. Greg to get some initial questions answered. You may begin at any time during the year.
Do you have questions about who Jesus is? Why Catholics do what they do? Interested in having the Catholic faith explained? Why prayer? What’s all the talk about Mary, the Mother of God? What does a priest have to do with me reconciling with God? For answers, call the office at 920-846-2276 and sign up for the RCIA program–a scheduled program will be specifically designed for you!
ADULT FAITH FORMATION is continuing your journey as a Confirmed Catholic. You are welcome to join any of the RCIA programs.
Want a sneak peek? (trailers from formed.org and Augustine Institute)
What to do next for RCIA? Call the office or come in for a registration form.
What to to next for Faith Formation? Watch the bulletin for details to journey with us.
Your RCIA team–Melody Dolan, Bill Dolan, and Mike Nelessen
Praise His Holy Name
Have you ever attended a Prayer Meeting or Prayer Group? Our Parishes have a wonderful opportunity for members to come together in prayer to sing, praise, read scripture, and pray for others every month!
Praise His Holy Name prayer group is a faith community that welcomes all people to worship God in song, pray the scriptures, and intercede for others. We meet the 1st and 3rd Sunday evening of the month at 7PM upstairs of St. Anthony school for approximately one hour. The format for this prayer gathering includes; Praise and Worship, Scripture Sharing, Intercessory Prayer, and concludes with Songs of Worship. Time is available afterward for prayer teams to also pray with individuals wanting individual prayer. Facilitators for PHHN are Brenda Knaus, Karen Knoerzer, and David Witt, who also leads our music worship.
Our gatherings are open to receiving the Charismatic gifts, the gifts of the Holy Spirit. We are encouraged by our Holy Father, Pope Francis and his comments about the Charismatic Renewal- “a current of grace in the church and for the church.” See the story at Catholic Online.
If you have any questions, please contact any of the facilitators either at church or by phone. We look forward to sharing our Catholic faith in a relaxed and spirit filled environment!
Charismatic Prayer groups affiliated with the DCRC (Diocesan Charismatic Renewal Center) are under the spiritual direction of the bishop in their diocese, and in full accord with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
• DCRC website.