Infant baptism may be scheduled by contacting Rene at the parish office, 363-7615 X100. Baptism preparation class is required for parents, unless they have had a prior preparation class within the past five years. Parents have the option of having their child baptized in a ceremony with other families after the 10:30 Mass or at the Mass of your choice when Fr. Mick is scheduled at St James. Baptisms during Sunday Mass are highly encouraged so the parish community can celebrate with you! The next preparation sessions will be on Sundays April 23, May 21 and June 25, 2017. Classes start right after Mass at 11:30am and are held in Room 9 of the Parish Center.
Baptism Sundays for 2017: May 14, May 28, June 11 and June 25
Marriage preparation requires the priest be notified at least 6 months prior to the anticipated wedding date. At least one of the parties must be a registered practicing Catholic member of our Parish.
If you were baptized and made your First Communion, but never were confirmed for whatever reason, we would love to have you experience this final sacrament of adult initiation. To find out what’s involved, please call Suzanne Foster 262-363-7615 extension 125 or email email@example.com.
Want to Become a Catholic?
Perhaps you've wondered if you should become a Catholic. Many others, drawn by a search for truth and meaning in their lives have asked themselves that same question.
Are you not sure you know enough about the Catholic Church to decide that you are interested in becoming Catholic? We invite you to watch a short video about the Catholic Church by clicking here.
R.C.I.A. (Rite of Christian Education of Adults) is the process by which interested non-Catholic adults become members of the Christian community of the Catholic Church. Children over the age of seven participate in the R.C.I.A. process adapted for their age.
Both the laity and the clergy provide the education in the ways of the Lord and the beliefs of the Church. Lay sponsors help support and guide the candidates in their journey of faith. The entire parish community is involved in the preparation through prayer and witness and by renewing its own commitment in faith.
Anyone who is considering becoming a part of the Catholic community of faith may enroll, including those baptized in other Christian denominations, those unbaptized, and those baptized in infancy as Catholics, but not brought up in the faith.