SPOTLIGHT ON: Coming Home – A Program for Returning Catholics

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Coming Home is a program for adults returning to the Catholic Church.  It is intended to be a journey of sharing together in the rediscovery (or discovery) of the true roots of the Catholic faith:  a loving and forgiving God.  Some people have left the Church because of alienation, hurt, or broad dissatisfaction.  The reasons are as varied as those who have left the Church.

Coming Home offers a loving hand and ear, with eight weekly meetings, beginning in January.  Together, people travel through the process of understanding the Catholic faith and finding the merciful, caring Father who is our God.  The inquiry sessions and updates on church teaching facilitate re-entry into the Church.

For more information, call Gretchen at the parish office (946-1675).

Author: Christ the King Adult Religious Education

Christ the King Parish of Richland, WA has a vast array of opportunities for continued adult faith development and spiritual growth in Christian discipleship. No matter where people are in their journey towards the Lord, there is something for everyone at Christ the King Parish, including: Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), Adult Bible Studies, classes on the Catholic Faith, programs for returning Catholics, Young Adult Ministry, the Surviving Divorce program, Coming Home for returning Catholics, parish missions and retreats, parenting resources, information on Christian apologetics, etc. Bible studies, which are generally published by Little Rock, Ascension Press, or Word on Fire, average from 8-10 weeks long and are offered both in the mornings and evenings for your convenience. For more information regarding ongoing formation opportunities for adults, or to give us feedback on what you'd like to see offered at the parish to help you on your faith journey, please send us a message through our "Contact" link or send an email to

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