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Come and See

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“Come and See” is an invitation to all those who are interested in the Catholic faith, but are not fully confirmed in the Catholic Church, to learn about our faith and what it brings to our lives. ... “Come and See” is an invitation to all those who are interested in the Catholic faith, but are not fully confirmed in the Catholic Church, to learn about our faith and what it brings to our lives.

This includes anyone who:
• has never been baptised
• is baptised in another denomination and is considering becoming Catholic
• is baptised Catholic but has never received Eucharist or Confirmation

We want to share our experience of life as Catholic Christians with those people and, if they feel called to the Catholic Church, to accompany them on their journey into full communion with our Church.

Programmes start each year in September, but there is no timetable. We know that any important journey needs to be taken at your own pace. In fact, if you meet us you will soon discover that each of us is making that same journey at our own pace and in our own way but always with the support of our friends.

“Come and See” is Southport Catholic Churches' presentation of the Church’s RCIA programme. That is the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.

We hold two separate groups that meet fortnightly. One group meets in St. Marie’s on a Tuesday and the other at St. John Stone’s on a Thursday.

For details of the actual dates and times for this year’s programme see any parish priest or contact Monica on 01704 577722.

Knights of St Columba

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The Knights of St Columba are an Order of Catholic Laymen dedicated to the Service of the Church and fellow man. The Organisation, which is non-political and essentially democratic, exists to support ... The Knights of St Columba are an Order of Catholic Laymen dedicated to the Service of the Church and fellow man. The Organisation, which is non-political and essentially democratic, exists to support the mission of the Catholic Church and at the same time to work for the spiritual and material good of its members and their families.

In accordance with the Social Teachings of the Catholic Church, members will diligently work for the Moral and Social Welfare of our Country and in particular to help young people develop in the likeness of Christ. Members of the Order will strive to achieve these aims through the fundamental virtues of Charity, Unity and Fraternity.

The K.S.C. is not a secret society; there are no passwords, handshakes, etc. The Order is completely open and potential members may attend meetings. Admission ceremonies often take place in Church during Mass
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