RCIA

 

As you know, at the Easter Vigil we received six people into the Church: Ross, Morag, Jennifer, Lesley, Jamie and Tracey – and we confirmed a further 18 adults. This is the end of a long journey of faith for them. I know that you will make them very welcome as they make this step and I ask you to keep them all in your prayers as the get used to being part of our Christian community.

RCIA

At the Easter Vigil we will receive six people into the Church: Ross, Morag, Jennifer, Lesley, Jaimie and Tracey. This is the end of a long journey of faith for them and I ask you to keep them all in your prayers this week as they prepare to make this important step in their lives.

Rite of Illumination at Mass This Sunday

Today at Mass we welcome in a particular way the children of Primary 3 who are preparing to make their first confession. They will participate in a brief Rite after the Sermon at today’s Mass. Please keep them in your prayers as they prepare to meet Jesus in this beautiful sacrament. Next week at Mass we will welcome the children of P4 who are preparing for First Communion.

Are you thinking of becoming a Catholic?

If you have been thinking about becoming Catholic for a long time, or even just for a short time, now might be the moment to take a first step? If you would like to know more about the faith – why not come along to the Cathedral RCIA group which meets every Tuesday at 7.30pm in the Parish Rooms at 63 York Place. There is no commitment involved at this stage. If you would like to know more please be in touch with Sr Mary Julian either by calling the number below or by dropping an email to: cathedralhouse@stmaryscathedral.co.uk All are welcome!