Adult Formation


RCIA

 

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults - Children over the age 7 is a process for those who are unbaptized or baptized in another Christian faith inquiring into the Catholic faith for themselves or their families.  They are accompanied in their faith journey by Sponsors or Godparents who act as a guide and spiritual companion.  Canonical requirements: Sponsor and Godparents must be fully initiated Catholic (Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist) age 18 and if married, a marriage recognized by Catholic Church. Time commitment: Sunday: 9:30 a.m. for about 9 months. Katie Kozak, kozakk@ssjwoodlands.com

Scripture Study

 

Scripture Study Facilitators-Be a facilitator for various study groups which meet during the week at St Simon & Jude. Bill Grattendickdesotowag@sbcglobal.net 

Adult Confirmation Team

Join our Team to plan, develop and deliver Adult Confirmation. Katie Kozak kozakk@ssjwoodlands.com

Spanish Scripture Study

Participate in semester based scripture study program delivered in the Spanish language. Gaby Cadenagabycadena30@gmail.com

Natural Family Planning Catechist

Participate in sessions which teach the Natural Family Planning method. Dcn. Tony Catania. cataniat@ssjwoodlands.com
 

Team Frassati

 

Wedding Coordinator

We are a co-educational, college preparatory high school, serving the northern part of Archdiocese of Galveston- Houston and providing a Christ - centered education for grades 9- 12. Pat Perry, 713-724-9602, perryint@comcast.net
 

Coordinate the events taking place inside the church from rehearsal to wedding ceremony. Instruct photographers, videographers and musicians to assure a smooth running wedding. Mary Pritchard, 281-681-3726, zipandmip@aol.com.

Our adult faith formation ministry must engage the particular needs and interests of the adults in each local community. To be faithful and effective it will offer, over time, a comprehensive and systematic presentation and exploration of the core elements of Catholic faith and practice—a complete initiation into a Catholic way of life. It will do so in a way that is accessible to adults and relates to their life experiences, helping them to form a Christian conscience and to live their lives in the world as faithful disciples of Jesus. - USCCB.org