RCIA...A Journey in Faith
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
Do you know someone who is interested in becoming Catholic? Or are you yourself interested in joining the Catholic faith?
It’s time once again to begin the RCIA process, which is the process by which non-Catholic adults join the faith. The RCIA process is open to those who have never been baptized, or who have been baptized in another Christian tradition.
This year, we are combining with Saint Charles and Saint Luke Parishes and had our first session on September 11. Although
the RCIA process is underway, we are still open to welcome new participants. We will meet on Monday evenings at Saint Charles Parish. If you are a non-Catholic who is interested in becoming Catholic, please call Maureen at the parish office (330-533-6839) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and for further details.
RCIA is open to those baptized in other Christian traditions, as well as those who have never been baptized. It is also open to those who were baptized in the Catholic Church but never had any religious education, and never made their first communion.
RCIA for Christians who have been attending Mass for years:
Are you a non-Catholic who has been attending Mass with your Catholic spouse for years? Do you ever think about becoming Catholic, but aren’t sure you have the time for the full RCIA process? If you were fully initiated in another Catholic tradition, and have been faithfully attending Mass for multiple years, the process need not be extensive. If this is you, and you’d like to become officially Catholic, please call Maureen Hall at 330-533-6839 or email: email@example.com
Maureen Hall, Pastoral Associate for Adult Faith Formation