Do you need to complete your Sacraments? For example, you are baptized but have not received First Communion, Confession or Confirmation. 

Has your marriage suffered separation or divorce? 

Do you worship at or belong to a non-Catholic church but desire to know what the Catholic church teaches? 

Are you a cradle Catholic who needs updating on the teachings of your church?

Do you have a desire to seek Baptism in the Catholic Church, but don’t know how or where to begin? 

If any of the above-mentioned categories are pertinent to your quest or hunger, then the RCIA might be worth a trial for you. Furthermore, if you know anyone in your workplace, acquaintances, or relatives desiring to be more informed about “the Catholic thing,” maybe this will help you explain. 

RCIA – the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults – is the process or way to explore and discern one’s journey to the Lord and help satisfy the hungers of human hearts. 

Discussion times will be Tuesdays at 7 p.m., led by the priests of the parish and guest teachers, in the Assembly Section of the Monsignor Brice Parish Hall. 

“Come and see” (John 1:39) was Jesus’ invitation to the curios when they were attracted to Him. It could well be our starting point also! 

Note: This process/meeting is not a resurgence of the Why Catholic evenings.