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UCA 2016

 

 

All of our Faith Formations programs have begun for the year, but it's not too late to be a part! 

~Family Faith Formation- for adults and families with students grades K-6

~CREED Night- For students Grades 7-12

~Chasm- For students and adults who have been confirmed

~RCIA- for those who are interested in learning more about or joining the Catholic Church. 

Registration Page for 2015/2016

Here is the calendar for the year.

Sign up for updates regarding First Confession and First Communion click here

Sign up for updates regarding Family Faith Formation for grades K-6 by clicking here

Sign up for Updates regarding Creed Night for grades 7-12 click here

 

 

 

 

 

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