The Right of Christian Initiation of Adults is a program developed by the Catholic Church for prospective converts to Catholicism who are above the age of infant baptism. If interested in becoming Catholic or completing the Sacraments please complete our Communication Card and we will contact you.
Our unique program provides an opportunity for parishioners, and guests alike, to explore a variety of issues and topics within the context of the Catholic Faith and to reinforce basic Catholic teaching. Using Alpha as an evangelization tool and a series of Catholic Christian Outreach Faith Studies, we endeavour to help people grow a deeper relationship with Jesus. Gatherings are enhanced with frequent presentations by both internal and external speakers.
Utilizing the CliftonStrengths assessment tool our talented group of facilitators leverage the research power of Gallup to help you discover your top 5 Talents. Periodic workshops are presented over 3 evenings with a focus on helping individuals 1. explore how their God-given Talents can be developed into Strengths, 2. how these Strengths may be best used to serve God, and 3. how to recognize the talents and strengths of others.
FM645 is an opportunity for men of the Parish to gather for prayer and fellowship. The Group meets on Friday mornings from 6:30 am to 8:00 am There is no attendance requirement and all men are welcome to attend when able.
Ladies in Faith Together (LiFT) is a small group motivated by our love of God driven by a desire to encourage each other to gain a fuller and deeper personal relationship with our Lord, Jesus Christ. We meet every Wednesday at 1:30 pm and all ladies are welcome.
Sunday Morning Video Series
Join us in a casual and welcoming environment to explore, through a series of videos, contemporary topics of interest within the context of our Faith. We gather in Meeting Room 2 between Sunday morning Masses. Additional information and dates are located on the Parish Events Calendar.
Baptism Preparation is offered to those who are preparing their children for Baptism. This program is led by a group of couples willing to share their faith experiences and is focused on assisting parents and families in the development of their faith journey as first teachers of the children.
Our mission is to help parents lead their children to Jesus. Using Diocese-approved curricula, we invite, teach and challenge children and their families to become Disciples of Christ. For more detailed information, including our Sacramental programs.
The Catholic Women’s League is a national organization rooted in gospel values calling its members to holiness through service to the people of God. The Saint John XXIII Council is part of a national organization that supports family, community and parish activities.
The Knights of Columbus is an organization of Catholic men who work together in the church and community. They provide support for one another, helping each other remain steadfast in their faith through mutual encouragement. They provide assistance to the pastor, family, youth and community agencies.