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Becoming Catholic is done through Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) also called the Catechumenate. The program welcomes and instructs new members in the Catholic faith and those who wish to complete their Sacraments. It is a reflective, prayerful, educational experience in a participatory and supportive environment. Back to Top
Catholics Coming Home Catholics Come Home is a world-wide invitation to Catholics to return to the Catholic Church, no matter what their circumstances may be. Back to Top
Catholics Returning Home is a special outreach program to help non-practicing Catholics return to the Church. This program offers a personal invitation to rediscover the precious gift of faith and love from the Lord. Back to Top
Eucharistic Adoration is a 24 hour prayer vigil to honor and contemplate the true Mystery of Christ in His Eucharistic Presence. The Adoration Chapel is located off of the parking lot entrance to the Church. Back to Top
Friends of the Lord Prayer Group Back to Top
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Prayer Groups are parishioners that gather together and pray in community. Monday Prayer Group; Tuesday Prayer Group; Rosary Group; Eucharistic Adoration; Gather. Back to Top
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11/11/2016St. Mary of Gostyn honors local veterans
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