Becoming a Catholic
People decide to become a member of the Catholic Church for many reasons and at many different times of their life. Sometimes, it’s the desire to share in the same faith as a spouse, fiancée or child. Sometimes, it’s because of the faith we see in a neighbor or friend. Some people have been going to Mass for years; others have always been drawn to aspects of Catholicism, but have never investigated further.
Maybe you or someone you know is at a crossroads in life and would like to explore the possibility of becoming a Catholic. Our parish family invites you to come and see through the process of RCIA: Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. In the RCIA those interested in the Catholic faith meet to learn about the church and to deepen their relationship with God.
RCIA is for Christians of other denominations, for those of other faiths who have never been baptized, and for Catholics who have never received the sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation.
Please call the Parish Office (724-478-4958) for more information.