The Class is ideal for those who:
want to check out the Catholic Faith
are curious about "Things Catholic"
want to become part of the Catholic Family
wanting to complete their Sacraments
may have drifted away from the practice of their faith
may not have received full instruction in the Faith growing up
The class Team will include Fr. Victor (our Pastor), Brother Robert and other members of the Parish. Classes meet weekly and include Q & A, discussions and presentations on Catholic Beliefs, Practices and Teachings.
The classes are relaxed, with no pressure--just an opportunity to be with others who may also be seeking answers to their questions about where God, the Church, and Faith fit in their life.
Each year around the world, more than a million adults choose to become part of the Catholic Family--150,000 in the United States alone. Some are new Christians and some are currently members of other faith Communities. For many their journey began in a class much like this one.
Come and join us at 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
Call the Church Office at 773-2219 or
Email for more information or to enroll: rcia
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a cost for the class?
There is no cost for the class. Participants can make a contribution toward the cost of the materials, but it is not expected or required.
Can I join after the class has began?
Yes. Participants are welcome to join the class after it has began.
How long is the class?
The class typically goes from 7-8:30 p.m. on class evenings. The class begins in September and continues weekly until the end of May with breaks at major Holidays. This allows time to explore and ask questions about the many facets of the Catholic Faith in an unhurried fashion.
What does RCIA stand for?
The RCIA stands for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and follows the approach used by the Early Church in introducing and forming adults in the new Christian Faith. You'll learn more about that in the Class.
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