Have You Asked Yourself Any Of The Following Questions?
“I’ve been thinking that I may want to become Catholic, but I’m not really sure what’s involved. Maybe, once I find out, I may or may not decide to join the Catholic Church.”
“My children are being brought up Catholic, and I would really like to understand what they and my spouse believe. I’ve been kind of leaning toward becoming Catholic myself.”
“I’m looking for something more in life than what I have now. Is the Catholic Church for me?”
“How Do I become Catholic?”
What Is RCIA?
RCIA is an acronym for Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults.
In the very earliest days of the Church, adults took instruction in the Christian Faith, and learned its’ ways. The RCIA is simply the process by which adults today learn about the Church, its’ practices and prayer life, and are welcomed into the faith community of the Catholic Church.
You Are Invited:
RCIA is intended for:
1) Those who are not baptized, and may wish to be baptized into Christ within the Catholic community.
2) Those who are already part of Christ’s Church through baptism in another faith community, but who may wish to profess faith within the Catholic Church.
3) Those who are baptized Catholic, but have not celebrated the Sacraments of Conﬁrmation and Holy Eucharist.
When Are The Sessions?
We meet on Monday evenings from 7PM until 9:30PM in the Hayes Community Room. This year our ﬁrst session will take place this Monday, August 31st. This ﬁrst session is very important because we will spend some time getting to know each other, plus you will receive an overview of the process by which we learn about the Catholic Faith, and you will receive a full schedule which will be explained at this introductory session.
Please call the Rectory at (847) 872-8778, or Kelly at (224) 627-0033. She will be happy to help with any questions you may have. We look forward to meeting you.