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Welcome and Becoming Catholic

NEW TO OLA?
 
If you are new to Our Lady of the Assumption, please let us know you're here so that we can welcome you.  Information is available on our Welcome Display Case on the patio after weekend Masses... just ask a Hospitality Minister for assistance. Or stop by the parish office. You may reach members of our staff directly by e-mail from the Staff Directory under the About Us tab. Or you may request information by completing our Contact Form at the top of this window. Want to get involved right now? Try our many Outreach Ministries and Programs listed under the Serve tab.
 
 
BECOMING CATHOLIC AT OLA...
 

Come, Follow Me (Matt 4:19)

 

New Inquiry Series

June 5 to July 3

Wednesdays at 7 pm

OLA Convent

 

Do you hear the Lord calling you to life as a disciple of Jesus? Adults are invited to begin the journey of faith through Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation.

 

An invitation is also extended to those baptized in another faith tradition who are interested in Catholicism, or Catholics who wish to return to active membership and receive First Communion and Confirmation.

 

Come learn about the Catholic faith in a comfortable environment where questions are welcome! At our Inquiry Series, participants explore the basic tenets of Catholicism.

 

No commitment is asked during Inquiry. However, this series does provide a foundation for the full Christian Initiation (RCIA) process that follows, if participants choose to continue.

 

For details, please contact Mariela Arellano at (909) 626-3596, ext. 4221.

 

For Information on English and Spanish programs
 
Contact Mariela Arellano at (909) 626-3596, ext. 4221 Email

RCIA is a Journey of Faith

P.S.  You are also invited to take a look at the website Catholics Come Home http://www.catholicscomehome.org/ a site for returning Catholics, inquirers from other faith traditions, and Catholics seeking to learn more about their faith.