The Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) also known as Journey in Faith
OPEN EVENING – “During the Open Evening on Wednesday, 21st September, the team were delighted to welcome seven Catechumens and Candidates who are interested in learning more about our faith with a view to becoming Catholics. Please keep them in your prayers. Thank you.’
CURIOUS ABOUT THE CATHOLIC FAITH? Are you interested in or curious about the Catholic Faith or possibly thinking about becoming a Catholic? On Wednesday, September 21st at 7.15pm, in the parish room, there will be the opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the Catholic Faith and how someone may become part of the Church.
RCIA Quiz & Party Night
Easter Vigil 2017
During the Easter Vigil, 15th April 2017, Sue Hartopp and Ryan Shaw were baptised into the Catholic Church and Mark Turner and Paul Lane were received into our faith. Sue, Ryan, Mark and Paul were also Confirmed and received Communion for the first time.
Please keep them in your prayers
An Open Evening is held at the beginning of October each year to which anyone interested in becoming a Catholic, whether baptised or not, are invited to come along and learn more about our faith.
A small team of catechists including our Priests encourage and support those interested in sharing their life experiences and their need of God; to an understanding of the Mass and the Sacraments and to explore Scripture, traditions and practices and the life and teachings of the Church. We learn about the different ways to pray and meditate; about Advent, Lent and the great feast of Easter which is the climax of the year and the time when those who feel ready, are received into our Community
The aim is to help each other come into a personal relationship with God the Father, Jesus His Son and the Holy Spirit and come to realise the wonderful gift of faith in which God’s compassion, mercy and love are everlasting. He sent His Son into the world to redeem us and made the ultimate sacrifice that we might share eternal life with Him
He is everywhere and He knows and loves everyone of us.
Update 28 Mar
- At this year’s Vigil Mass, David Ratcliffe was welcomed into full communion with the Catholic faith. We congratulate and welcome him.
- At the same time, Sam Underwood, with whom the St Peters team shared his journey in faith was welcomed into full communion at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Efford
- We also congratulate Kim Gibbs on her First Holy Communion and Confirmation.
The Team: Frs. Jon and Jacek, Clare and Terry Danes, Brian Blades and Shirley Turner
Check the ‘Contact’ page for details of how to get in touch with the RCIA in our Parish.