Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (and Teens)
“To convert somebody go and take them by the hand and guide them.” ~ St. Thomas Aquinas
Preparing for to enter into Full Communion with the Catholic Church at Easter are:
Catechumen: Cody Hall
Candidate: Katrina Rodenbach
Candidate: Matthew Rodenbach
For Adults (18 yrs. old and over) who are interested in exploring the Catholic faith, beliefs and practices are invited to participate in the RCIA program.
This is a process of prayer, reflection and study spread overs several months (Sept.-May), during which the inquirer participates in Catholic life and worship. The focus of the process is Christian Conversion, a change of heart in which the individual turns toward God and away from whatever is in the way of living a full Christian life.
For Teens – Do you know a teen who has not received all of their Sacraments? Has a teen you know starting asking questions about being Catholic?
Teen RCIA is for teens in 8th – 12th grade who may be interested in joining the Roman Catholic faith or returning to the Catholic Church. Offering teens the time and environment to be formed in the teachings and practices of Catholicism. Preparation for full communion into the Catholic Church through the Sacraments.
If you would like to register for our RCIA program please contact Donna Sciacca, DRE at the parish office or complete the online registration form below and return to the parish office.
At least one parent/guardian must be aware of and give consent to their child inquiring about and potentially joining the Catholic Church.