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Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults


Interested in Becoming Catholic?


Purpose: The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process by which men, women and children of catechetical age are initiated into membership in the Catholic Church. Through joining with the parish at Sunday liturgy and catechetical sessions, potential converts are invited to come to know the Church and to discern the call of Christ in their lives.


Information: The RCIA team serves as catechists, facilitators and coordinators. The Parish community lends its support through prayer, hospitality and witness.


The Initial Inquiry, (also called precatechumenate), are sessions which present an opportunity for interested people to meet on an informal basis to begin considering the Catholic faith.


In the Catechumenate, the formal presentation of the faith begins and includes a formal presentation of the candidates to the Parish and the promise of support for those in the RCIA.

The US Catholic Conference of Bishops has a great explanation of the RCIA process that can be found at:

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults


If you or someone you know is interested in the Catholic Faith, please contact the Director of Religious Education by completing and submitting the form on the right.  Your name, email address, and phone number are required.

Contact: Becky Ready............................................................513-753-2548.

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Our 2015 RCIA Team

RCIA Catechetical Team: Joe Burkart, Mike Storck, Kristy Petri, Pat Webb Neverman, Rose Mary Bell, Muriel Casavant and Deacon Michael Thomas. 

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