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The celebration of the Mass and the reception of the Eucharist is the fundamental aspect of our Faith. Coming together at Mass will serve to strengthen the bond you have with your parish family. It is a strong and faithful parish that produces vocations, especially those to the Priesthood, Diaconate and Religious Life.

By being faithful to the church's teaching, you can provide your parish family with a powerful witness to the importance of living one's faith in all you do. Proclaim the Gospel to all you meet in deed and in words.

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SACRAMENTS -
Please give plenty of notice for the
                             Celebration of Marriage  -- 6 months usually.
                             Baptism -- 3 months.

RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA)

Do you recognise any of these situations?

1.         Husband and wife come to Mass. One of them is not Catholic, but would like to share in our Faith and become Catholic. Is this you?

2.         Do you know of an adult or are you that adult who would like to take the first step to become a Christian Catholic, but you are not quite sure how to find out more?

3.         Are you a baptised Christian and now want to share in the other Sacraments of our Faith?

4.         You may be a baptised Catholic, but over the years, have drifted from the church. You may now have a desire (that little voice that speaks to us in our hearts) urging you to return and be refreshed.

5.         Your friend may be a Catholic and you admire him/her for what their Faith means to them. You often think, I would like to be like him/her. If so, do something about it. It is never too late.

Whichever of these or a similar situation, you need to contact us soon. Call Father Jim on 01875 610232, speak to a member of the RCIA, or e-mail Father Jim at stsgabrielandmartin@gmail.com.

                                 







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