Adult Formation

In response to our vision statement “Be Christ inspired, joyfully live your call”, St. John XXIII parish presents various opportunities all parishioners, throughout their life, to deepen their relationship with Christ and understand what it means to be called by your baptism to live a life of discipleship.

For those people who are seeking to be part of our community through Baptism and/or complete their sacraments of initiation, (Eucharist (Communion) and Confirmation), we want to walk with you on your faith journey. Contact Maureen, Director of Faith Formation, at 262-284-2102 or email to find out how to begin this journey.

Order of Christian Initiation of Adults (OCIA)

A process through which non-baptized men and women enter the Catholic Church. The Order of Christian Initiation of Adults includes the celebration of the sacraments of baptism, confirmation, and Eucharist, but also all of the rites of the catechumenate. For more information call the Faith Formation Office at 262-284-2102.

Ongoing events:

Soup (or Salad) with Substance: Join us at noon on Wednesdays as we explore the upcoming Sunday readings while enjoying a simple meal. Our discussions are done within an hour to accommodate those who need to work/attend other events.

Faith Formation Events

The Enduring Gifts of the Holy Spirit

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Summer Pool Party

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An important component of Child & Youth Ministry is formation which includes intentional catechesis through our CRE program, as well as preparation for the sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation. In addition, we encourage our young people to participate in various retreats to help them connect their faith to life and to not just know about Jesus, but also to encounter Jesus throughout their lives.


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Justice & Service


As Christians, a commitment to justice and service isn’t just an extra thing we throw in there to be nice. On the contrary, Jesus and our Church commands us to see the face of God in everyone we meet and to help usher in the Kingdom of God by working as Christ’s hands, feet and voices in the world. As such, we offer a variety of ways to do that locally and beyond.



We come together as a community each week in the Eucharist and then we are sent out to be Church in the world. Our faith is a daily lived experience that sometimes requires us to step out of our comfort zones but also invites us to celebrate. We recognize those milestones in life and connect them with our faith as well as offering unique opportunities to rejoice in the gift of life.


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