• About Catholicism

    The Catholic Church was founded by Jesus Christ on Peter and the Apostles (see Mt. 16:17-18 and Mt. 28:18-20).

About Catholicism

  • Our Catholic Faith

    The Catholic Church was founded by Jesus Christ on Peter and the Apostles (see Mt. 16:17-18 and Mt. 28:18-20). Christ’s work continues today, through the ministry of the successors of the Apostles and the People of God. The Catechism of the Catholic Church (link: http://www.scborromeo.org/ccc.htm) reminds us that the Church is “the liturgical assembly, but also the local community or the whole universal community of believers. These three meanings are inseparable. ‘The Church’ is the People that God gathers in the whole world. She exists in local communities and is made real as a liturgical, above all a Eucharistic, assembly. She draws her life from the word and the Body of Christ and so herself becomes Christ's Body” (CCC 752).

  • Interested in Becoming Catholic?

    The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults  is the formation process used by the Catholic Church in response to non-Catholics interested in Catholicism.
  • Already Catholic



    See how you can continue to nurture your
    faith through ongoing formation.
  • Sacraments



    The Seven Sacraments are administered
    through your local parish.