Join the Parish

Practicing Catholics

St. Luke’s is happy to welcome new parishioners. Please fill out a parish rgistration form, available at the parish office or in the vestibule of the church and introduce yourself to our pastor, Fr. Mario Marin, after any Mass.

Non-Practicing Catholics

If you’ve been away from the Church for awhile but feel you might like to return, please know that you are always welcome. Please feel free to choose any of the following options:

  • Leave your name and number at the parish office, 604-465-5383, stlukes@telus.net, and someone will contact you with information.
  • Call the office and make an appointment to meet with the Parish Priest, Fr. Mario Marin.
  • Attend RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) to refresh your faith and get answers to questions you may have.
  • Attend Mass.
  • If you are not sure if you agree with or even fully understand some Catholic teachings, or if you have issues concerning marriage or divorce, or even had your faith shaken by a scandal, you may like to visit Catholics Come Home to find answers to your questions and concerns.

Non-Catholics

If you are not Catholic and you are interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith, please feel free to choose any of the following options.

  • Attend RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults).
  • Leave your name and number at the parish office, 604-465-5383, stlukes@telus.net, and someone will contact you with information.
  • Call the office and make an appointment to meet with the Parish Priest, Fr. Amador Abundo.
  • Attend Mass. (NOTE: Please be aware that only Catholics who are properly prepared should receive Holy Communion at Mass.)
  • Visit the Vancouver Archdiocesan website.
  • Visit Catholics Come Home for an interactive video presentation with more information and answers to common.

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