I am a Catholic . . .
Our Church law states that all baptized Catholics who live within our parish boundaries are part of our parish. However, in order to be counted as a member of the parish in which we worship, parishioners should be registered with the parish they attend. You can be registered by simply calling the rectory.
I am Catholic, but I have not completed all my sacraments . . . .
Baptism is what makes a person a Christian and a member of the Catholic Church. However baptism is only the beginning. The sacraments of Holy Communion and Confirmation along with Baptism are called the Sacraments of Christian Initiation. We are not fully a part of our Church's life if we have not received these sacraments. If you wish to complete your sacraments please contact the rectory.
I am baptized, but not as a Catholic . . . or maybe I am not baptized at all
St. Teresa's has many people who worship with us, as well as some who visit for the first time, who are members of another Christian denomination or are members of no faith community at all, who nonetheless feel the desire to become a member of St. Teresa's and share in the faith and life of the Catholic Church. St. Teresa's has a process in which people can find out more about the Catholic faith and explore the possibility of becoming Catholic. Please contact the rectory.
And remember, you are always welcome at St. Teresa's.