ENCOUNTERING JESUS - MAKING DISCIPLES - TRANSFORMING LIVES
ENCOUNTERING JESUS, MAKING DISCIPLES, TRANSFORMING LIVES
Faith is a Journey
We believe each person has a unique story of faith and learning what it means to follow Jesus. Becoming Catholic (formerly known as RCIA or OCIA) is a process that involves experiencing God in prayer, discussing questions, and studying God’s word and teachings. If you are not Catholic but want to explore what it means to follow Jesus as a Catholic, we would love to join you on this journey. If you were baptized Catholic but did not receive the sacraments of the Eucharist or Confirmation, then Becoming Catholic is for you! If you were raised Catholic and desire to deepen your Catholic faith now, join us at Becoming Catholic!
Learn about the Catholic faith through weekly meetings, which will be held on Tuesday nights, from 6:00-8:00 pm, starting September 5th at St. Gerald on 96 & Q. We will be reading the United States Catholic Catechism for Adults as we explore the Bible, prayer, sacraments and the Traditions of the Catholic Church.
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Please complete the interest form below. Our Evangelization Team will visit with you to help you decide if Becoming Catholic is the right path for you.
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