Friday, March 23, 2018
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How can I become a Catholic?

Life is a journey that continually searches for meaning. The human heart hungers for relationships that nurture one’s maturity and ability to love and to be loved. Often as one seeks to fulfill these very human yearnings, the realization that something is missing from life is made. As one reflects upon this void, it is not unusual to discover that this something is God. This awakening may lead to a turning point in one’s life to commit to a relationship with God and seek out a worshipping community to guide one’s journey in faith. 


The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the normal way for unbaptized persons and those who have been baptized in another Christian tradition to become a Catholic.  RCIA is a parish-based process by which interested individuals learn more about the Catholic Church with the intended purpose to become fully initiated. Baptized Catholics are also welcome to attend and learn more about their faith.



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