RCIA Sessions begin on Tuesday, September 20 from 6:45pm-8:30pm in the Parish Hall. All are invited to attend - whether you are wanting more information about what it means to be confirmed as a Catholic, or if you want to become more knowledgeable about your faith, RCIA is the place to begin! If you would like more information, check our FAQ or contact Della Doss at ext. 2230.
RCIA refers to the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults. It is a series of classes and gathering to prepare adults for Baptism and Confirmation in the Catholic Church. It is the principal means used to introduce the Catholic Faith to those who are desirous of becoming Catholics.
The classes meet in our parish on Tuesday evenings throughout the year. The culmination of this preparation occurs at the Vigil of Easter, the Saturday before Easter Sunday, when those who have been preparing become part of the Church.
The RCIA is open to anyone, especially those who have no knowledge or experience with religion. Young people (under 18) are provided with other classes of preparation. The RCIA is intended for adults. No commitment is required during the first phase of the RCIA which last until the end of the calendar year.
Anyone asking questions about “How to Become Catholic” is invited to the “Inquiry Sessions” during the summer months on Saturdays in the Pastoral Center. See the calendar for specific dates. We are here to welcome you, introduce you to the team and talk about our faith. Just come and visit…child care provided.
Download and print the Inquirer's Information Form.