Becoming a Roman Catholic is a journey of faith. Through a process called the “Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults” we invite inquirers to hear the Gospel message and respond with faith in Jesus Christ for their salvation. Having a conversion experience is one in which you recognize that you have fallen short of what God expects from you, you turn from sin, and you ask for God’s help. If you have already made a decision to follow Christ we rejoice with you and invite you to the Sacraments of salvation through which Jesus will work in your soul to free you from sin and become a child of God. All kinds of people join RCIA. There are those who come from no faith background at all, those from non-Christian religions, those from Protestant backgrounds, and those who have been avowed atheists in the past and have discovered the truths of revelation. Joining our RCIA class doesn’t mean you have to become Catholic. We are here to help however we can.
Contact: Adam Janke, Director of RCIA, by calling the parish or through email.
- Who are Roman Catholics?
- How do we know there is a God?
- What has God done in history?
- How can we be saved?
- Why do Catholics claim to be the “one true Church”?
- I heard something about Catholics and want to know if it is true.