RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)

Pope Francis said that Faith “takes the form of a journey, a path to be followed, which begins with an encounter with the living God” (Lumen Fidei, 46).

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) and the Family Catechumenate are one journey—a journey of Faith. Those who have wondered what the Catholic Church teaches and professes, those who are not baptized and wonder what being baptized means, and those who were baptized in other faith traditions and would like to explore what it means to be Catholic are all welcome to join us on this journey of Faith.

Do you have questions?

Do you have doubts and struggles?

Do you want to encounter the living God who loves you enough to die for you?

Do you already have a relationship with God and feel that He may be leading you on a journey that may include worship in the Catholic Church?

R.C.I.A. (adults) and the Family Catechumenate (which is a family journey of faith for children and teens over the age of seven) meets on Tuesdays from 6:30—8:00pm in the CCE building, room 8. You are welcome anytime.

Call Cami Chedester (281-342-8371, ext 344) for more information.

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