How do we Baptize our child?
If this is your first child, or if you have never participated in a baptism preparation program, there is a required information session. The meeting will briefly cover the theology of Baptism, the actual rite or ceremony, and some ideas on introducing the faith to young children.
Information sessions are generally held on Saturday afternoon from 1pm – 2pm as needed. Please call to reserve. If you cannot attend the scheduled session, you may arrange a private session. For more information, please contact Baptism Coordinator, Cara Correll at 203-453-2788
Baptism for older children & adults
An older child or adult typically enters the church through a different process, called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (The RCIA). Patterned after the rich ancient tradition of the Catholic Church, participants in the RCIA spend several months in study, prayer, and preparation to receive the sacraments of initiation: Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist.
You are invited to learn more about the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, the typical process for adults to be baptized in the Catholic Church. Please call the Main Office at 203-453-2788.
With great joy we welcome,
Victoria Rose Miller, Daxton Miller Paolillo, Ava Aliano Musto
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