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The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is the process by which adults become full members of the Catholic community. It restores the ancient catechumenate - the process by which persons became Christians in the early church by praying and studying with the community for 1-3 years. After their Lenten retreat, they were initiated into the community at the Easter Vigil.




Like the ancient catechumenate, the RCIA takes place within the community, emphasizing the community as the initiating body.

The contemporary catechumenate is an extended process of conversion, faith formation and transformation. Rather than a "program of instruction", it is a multi-dimensional process which includes immersion in the Word of God, worship, community, and service.

+ The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process by which adults are brought into full participation in the Catholic Church. An RCIA inquirers meeting is being planned for late May – early June. The meeting will be an informal gathering to answer questions about the Church and the RCIA process.

If you or someone you know might be interested in participating, please call Margie at 426-1733, x305.


Contact the Jansen Center (426-1733 x 301) for more information.