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As Christians, our mission is to become like our Lord – to be transformed into the likeness of Jesus Christ Himself.

The Person of Jesus Christ and the Christian Life to which He calls us have a depth and richness that we can never exhaust. We could and should spend our whole lives trying to appreciate more fully the Lord Himself and the way of life He offers us.

Convinced that growth in understanding and fidelity should be a lifelong project for every Catholic, we offer many opportunities for studying the Faith and growing in the spiritual life.

The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine was an association established at Rome in 1562 for the purpose of giving religious education. Its modern usage, often abbreviated CCD, C.C.D. or simply as "Catechism,", is a religious education program normally designed for children.

These classes not only educate children about Jesus and the Catholic faith but prepare children to receive the sacraments of Penance (confession), the Eucharist (Holy Communion), and Confirmation.

CCD classes often kick off on third Sunday of September every Sundays by 10:00 AM at the church Halls. The classes are divided into Preschool, Pre-Communion (K/1st Grade), First Communion (2nd Grade), Post-Communion (3rd/4th Grade), Pre-Confirmation (5th/6th Grade), Confirmation and Post Confirmation (Adult class… continuing the faith.)

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On-line2nd Edition English Translation of the
Catechism of the Catholic Church
includes a
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index and cross-references.


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