Teaching our Faith to all Generations
Invite someone to learn more about our Catholic Faith!
One of our primary roles as disciples of Christ is to spread the Good News with others. To be true disciples of Jesus Christ, we cannot keep the Gospel message to ourselves. Please help us in our task of evangelization by inviting anyone you know interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith to one of our Catholic Inquiry sessions! These are safe places designed to just allow interested individuals to ask questions.
July 25 after 8:00 am, 9:45 am and 11:30 am Masses
August 7 & 8 after all Masses
August 14 & 15 after all Masses
In the Parish Library
They can also contact Carole Yaney at
or 260-432-0268 ext. 107. Please also contact Carole, if you are interested in being a sponsor for RCIA.
RCIA sessions begin in September which are a series of classes to continue teaching non-Catholics our faith as they discern entering the Catholic Church.
Register your child in our Youth Formation Program!
If you have a child in grades 1-8 who is not enrolled in a Catholic school, please enroll them in our Youth Formation/Religious Education Program!
You can register online by clicking the link below or by picking up a registration packet next to the welcome center. Early registration ends July 25. After that, the fee will increase. Please do not let the fee stop you from helping your children learn the faith. The parish would be happy to offer you financial assistance. To learn more about our Youth Formation Program,
Catechists are also needed for our Youth Formation program. Catechists for grades 1-6 will only need to meet once a month. Catechists for grades 7 & 8 meet weekly through the school year.
For any questions, please contact Kim Conte in the Parish office at 260-432-0268 ext. 111. or by emailing
Click here to register for Youth Formation
Plenary Indulgence for the first World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly
Did you know Pope Francis has declared the fourth Sunday of July the World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly? These people and those who minister to them can receive a plenary indulgence this Sunday by meeting the regular means for an indulgence; going to Confession (within 20 days), receiving holy Communion, praying for the Holy Father, and being in a state of grace. Those homebound may also be able to receive an indulgence by other means.
Learn more by reading an article here!
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July 18 Bulletin
on Wednesday, July 21 at 5:00PM