Sunday Eucharist is the touchstone of our lives as Catholics. Members of Tri-County Catholics come together as a community to celebrate Mass. When we register with a parish, we are saying it is our wish to travel down the road of life and faith with this particular community of people. Tri-County Catholics will play an integral role in helping to guide and support you on your individual journey. The parishes that make up Tri-County Catholics cannot exist and grow without the active ongoing relationship amongst all members. By registering with a parish you are entering a relationship like any other with the church. For it to be viable and healthy, there must be mutual commitment from all members.
In the Roman Catholic Church of the United States of America, for its members to be considered "active", parishioners must be registered with the Parish for a sufficient period, attend Mass regularly on Sundays and Holy Days, and continuously support the Mission of Christ in the local Parish. Registered members must be open and committed to sharing their gifts of time, talent, and treasure.
Registered members of Tri-County Catholics parishes who utilize Catholic education through our parish schools, may experience a stronger call to commit to sharing their gifts; as school families are the beneficiaries of God’s grace and blessing through the form of active parishioner tuition discounts.