Director:  Sr. Carolyn Severino, ASCJ


RCIA   --  The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the process by which a person becomes a member of Roman Catholic Church.  It is primarily a journey of faith from the awareness of stirring the faith and curiosity within one’s heart to a life of faith, live and justice lived in communion with Catholics throughout the world.  Sessions take place on Sunday mornings.


Book Club  --  meets on Friday mornings after 9:00 am Mass & Adoration in the Fall and the Spring.


Scripture Studies  --  meets on Tuesday mornings after 9:00 am Mass & Adoration in the Fall and Spring.


Adult Confirmation  --  a five-week series offered in early Fall and early Spring to prepare adults for the sacrament which is administered at the St. Joseph Cathedral in Hartford along with other adults.


 LANDINGS  --  a six-week series offered six weeks before Christmas and six weeks before Easter.  This is an opportunity for those who have been away from the Church to come “home” in a setting where one can ask questions, explore and reconnect.





Missing some pieces

in your life?

Maybe that

missing piece

is your faith life?


Have you ever thought of becoming a part of the Catholic faith?  If you are not baptized, OR are only baptized OR a member of another faith          denomination but do not practice—maybe you’ve felt a call to take a look at the Catholic faith.  If that’s the case, then we have just the right place for you to look:

Wednesday, September 14th

Rite of Christian Initiation

of Adults

7:00 – 8:30 pm


Please join us for a casual, informative session explaining the process by which a person becomes a member of the Catholic faith and its community.  This is a journey of reflecting on the experiences of one’s life and connecting them with the experiences of Scripture along with the teachings of the Catholic Church.  Come & See for yourselves what this journey has to offer YOU!  For more information/to  register, contact Sr. Carolyn at 203-387-7119/[email protected]