RCIA is a series of rites, conducted in the context of learning about the faith and spiritual formation, through which a person is fully incorporated into the Body of Christ — the Church. Although RCIA is intended for people who wish to become Catholics, anyone interested in learning more about the Church is welcome. Parishioners who would like to participate are encouraged to talk with the RCIA director about some of the many ways they might be able to assist the team.
RCIA classes are held on Sunday mornings and run from 9:00 am to 10:45 am. Classes begin in September and run through May. Classes are held in the lower parish hall (basement of the church). AndThursday nights at 6:00pm in the Blessed Mother Room (Pastoral Center).
There is no fee to attend RCIA. Classes are taught by highly-trained individuals, including Monsignor Frank Bognanno, Deacon Larry and Susan Kehoe
You will learn the fundamental teachings of the Catholic Church; in other words, what Catholics really believe and why!
You need not agree to join the Catholic Church if you attend RCIA. Some individuals enter the RCIA program and, for various reasons, do not decide to be Catholic. However, upon completion of the RCIA process, most individuals do make an informed choice to become Catholic.
Please contact RCIA Director Deacon Larry Kehoe, if you are interested in RCIA participation.
If you have Questions about Religious Ed Please Contact Susan Kehoe at 285-2888 ext. 108.
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