The 2012-13 classes have ended. The 2013-14 classes will begin in September. The classes are based on a systematic study of the human person, the meaning of life, the human heart’s longing for God, and the fullness of God’s revelation in Jesus Christ.
RCIA (The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is a process through which the Catholic Community reaches out to adults who may be interested in becoming full members of the Church as well as to Catholics who have not yet celebrated Eucharist and/or Confirmation.
We will gather together
- to answer questions about Catholic faith and practice
- to get acquainted with other inquirers
- to read scripture and share our faith experiences
Regular meetings will be held each Sunday during the academic year from 5:00 to 6:45 pm in the Quigley Room at Newman. Please see the schedule for more detailed information about meeting dates and subjects covered.
The RCIA process is a balance of both study and prayer. The goal of which is to stimulate both the intellectual and spiritual nature of the individual. It is not a matter of argumentation or proselytization. Rather, it is a means for each individual to explore his or her relationship with God.
Anyone who is interested in exploring full participation in the life of the Church is welcome to attend as well as any member of the community wishing to learn more their Catholic faith.
Classes are facilitated by Fr. Jon Reardon.
For more information on the RCIA process or learning more about the Catholic faith, contact Fr. Jon: email@example.com