RCIA Registration

If you would like to register for our upcoming RCIA course, please fill out the form below. Once completed it will be sent to our parish Adult Formation Director and DRE, Drew Stuart(dstuart.sspp@gmail.com).

 

Personal Information
Full Name
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Preferred Name
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Address
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Phone Number --
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Email Address
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Date of Birth //
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Gender
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Father's Full Name
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Father's Religion
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Mother's Full Name (including Maiden Name)
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Mother's Religion
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Sacrament Information
Have you ever been Baptized?
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If yes, was the baptism done in the Trinitarian formula (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) and with water?
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What was the date of the Baptism? //
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What Religion/Denomination?
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Where? (Church name and address)
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We will need an official copy of your Baptismal Certificate.
Have you ever been Confirmed?
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Date & Location
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Please provide a Confirmation certificate if possible.
Have you received first Holy Communion?
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Please provide a certificate of your first Holy Communion, if possible.
What Has Led You Here?
What brought you to inquire about Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church? What do you hope to gain from this experience?
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What have been your religious experiences/exposure up to this point? (e.g., attending church, bible study, none, don’t know much about God, etc.)
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Which statement(s) best characterize you at this time?
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Describe any special needs or concerns you may have.
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Sponsor Information
A sponsor plays an essential role in the journey of someone interested in becoming Catholic. A sponsor is a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church, who accompanies the catechumen or candidate during the rites and period of election, initiation, and mystagogy. A sponsor must be willing to participate in RCIA sessions and related activities as required by the parish.
Please check one of the following three items
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Sponsor Full Name
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Sponsor's Relationship to You
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Parish Church
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Email Address
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Marital Status and Family Information
The Catholic Church understands marriage to be an unbreakable Sacrament. If you or your spouse has a previous marriage(s), we need to meet with you. In some situations an annulment must be completed before a person can receive the Sacraments of Initiation. Please answer the following questions about your marital status carefully.
Are you presently (check all that apply)
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If you are engaged to be married
Religion of Fiancé / Fiancée
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Will this be your first marriage?
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Will this be the first marriage for your fiancé / fiancée?
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Do you plan to be married in the Catholic Church?
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Anticipated wedding date and church
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If you are currently married
Spouse's religion
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When & Where did the wedding take place?
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Who officiated?
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(Catholic priest or deacon, Protestant minister, other religious ceremony, civil marriage, common law, etc.)
Have you or your spouse ever been previously married?
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If you are engaged, married, or have ever been married AND you or your spouse/fiancé/fiancée had been previously married, please answer the following:
How many times have YOU been previously married?
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(Including religious ceremony, civil marriage, common law, etc.) I have been married ____ time(s) prior to this marriage. Please note for each marriage: spouse deceased, separated, divorce, or Church annulment
How many times has your spouse or fiancé/fiancée been married before?
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(Including religious ceremony, civil marriage, common law, etc.) My spouse or fiancé/fiancée has been married ____ time(s) prior to this marriage. Please note for each marriage: spouse deceased, separated, divorce, or Church annulment
Any other important information?
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