Catholics Come Home sessions starts Monday

By the Herald staffJanuary 24, 2014 

The first session for Catholics Come Home, a program for Catholics who have been away from the practice of their faith and are thinking about returning, begins at 7 p.m. Monday.

The program aims to provide a friendly and non-judgmental opportunity for people to ask questions, discuss their faith and any past issues and learn about changes in the church.

The first session is at the Gathering Space at Christ the King Catholic Church, 1111 Stevens Drive, Richland.

The program continues with sessions the following Mondays for eight weeks.

For more information, contact Kay Kaffer at 946-1675 or kay@ckparish.org.

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