Get important Catholicism questions answered: Adult classes starting now

  • Are you or someone you know interested in becoming Catholic?
  • Has your spouse expressed interest in the Catholic Faith?
  • Are you an adult who has been baptized but has never been confirmed?
  • Are you a Catholic that has questions about the Faith?

Come to RCIA Classes! 

RCIA stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.  It is a program designed to help adults discern whether they are called to be Catholic, to help answer the most compelling questions the Faith is asked, and then to prepare adults for the Sacraments of Initiation.  If you are interested in the Catholic Faith, already Catholic but wish to learn more about your faith or haven’t yet been confirmed, these classes are for you.  There is also a program for children whose parents are interested in becoming Catholic.  Classes for adults begin on Thursday, September 26 at 7 p.m. in Meredith Hall. Contact Sister Rosaria for more details and to register.

 

 

 

Find old friends: Saint Joseph Catholic School Alumni Mass & Reunion

1928 - entire Saint Joseph Catholic School on the occasion of a First Communion. Girls making their First Communion are wearing veils; boys making First Communion have bows on their arms.
1928 – entire Saint Joseph Catholic School on the occasion of a First Communion. Girls making their First Communion are wearing veils; boys making First Communion have bows on their arms.

Please join us Saturday, September 28, 2013 for a special Mass at 10:30 a.m. followed by brunch, tours of the school,  and fellowship with former classmates and staff. Alumni, parents of alumni, current and former staff and supporters of Saint Joseph Catholic School are all welcome. Contact Nicole Nigro for additional information or to RSVP: 970.484.1171, x: 239;  nnigro@stjosephchurchfc.org

Catholic leaders urge House support of farm bill

“This is a crucial time to build a more just framework that puts poor and hungry people first, serves small and moderate-sized family farms, promotes sustainable stewardship of the land and helps vulnerable farmers and rural communities both at home and in developing countries.”
— letter from Catholic leaders

Read the full story at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website: http://www.usccb.org/news/2013/13-114.cfm