RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)

Are you searching for a deeper fulfillment in your life?

Do you feel God tugging at your heart?

Do you have unanswered questions about God or the Catholic Church?

Whether you’ve been coming to Mass, but aren’t yet Catholic or have been away from the Church and feel God’s voice calling you back, the answers are there.  St. Augustine said that “the glory of God is Man fully alive.”  We are meant for something more, something greater, and “our hearts are restless until they rest in thee, O God.” 

RCIA is the journey by which the Church introduces to you the person and faith of Jesus Christ, so that you might find Him in relationship with the community of believers in the Catholic Church.

We invite you to learn what Catholics believe in an open and welcoming environment.  We will meet weekly on Thursday nights starting August 16, at 7pm in Meredith Hall below the Church.  These sessions are opportunities for you to ask the perplexing and difficult questions you may have.  Coming home has never been easier!

 

 

 

 

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One Reply to “RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)”

  1. I am currently jewish but since 2007 have felt the call to convert to Jesus through the Catholic Church. As you can imagine my family’s opposition is strong to this, but since my cure from cancer, and the strong support and insight I gained through my association with Catholic church has pulled me close.
    I have currently moved to Fort Collins, and it seems after careful reflection that God is calling me to make this initiation as an adult to the Catholic Church.

    I look forward to meeting you and beginning this path to God and the Catholic Church

    Peace, Grace
    Alex

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