The “RCIA” is the way the Catholic Church, through the parish community, welcomes inquirers and new members, those who want to better understand what it means to be Catholic. If you, or someone you know,
- think you may want to become Catholic,
- not sure you want to join, but want to know what Catholics believe,
- are baptized Catholic but have not celebrated Confirmation or Eucharist, then we extend to you an invitation to learn more about the RCIA process. RCIA began Sunday, September 11.
It is not too late to sign up for this year’s RCIA class.
Contact Barbara Verdi at email@example.com or
call 323-6894 ext. 514.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults [RCIA] is the process through which non-Catholic adults become Catholic, and Catholic adults receive the sacraments of Eucharist and/or Confirmation. The RCIA focuses on the message and life of Jesus as revealed through Scripture and Tradition.
We want becoming Catholic to be an enjoyable experience as well as a spiritual one. Our process utilizes adult education techniques to explain the teaching of the Church, public and private prayer, faith sharing, time for discernment, and the experience of the Catholic community. Becoming a Catholic is a response to Jesus and we help people discern if they are being called to this form of discipleship.
RCIA meets on Sunday mornings 10:00 to 11:30, and also involves a Sunday Mass commitment. Sessions start early September and go through the Easter season.
||775-323-6894 x 514
|RCIA Cycle Start:
||Last Sunday of August
||10:00 am - 11:30 am
|RCIA Cycle Finish: