Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

Goals and Purpose RCIA is the process by which adults become members of the Roman Catholic Church. The process is concerned with the total formation of the person into believing with the Church community (doctrinal formation), living with the Church community (practical formation), praying with the Church community (liturgical for mation), and serving the Church community (apostolic formation). The central and unifying principle of the Rite is conversion. This gradual development culminates in the celebration of the initiation sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist at Easter.

Responsibilities - To be able to share your faith stories as either a catechist, sponsor, or discussing the holy Scriptures.

Helpful Attributes - A love of our Catholic faith and a desire to share it with others.

Time Commitment - Generally classes are held once a week for an hour and a half, with some advance preparation time needed.

Training Required - Diocesan and parish training provided.

Fingerprinting Required - No


Sonny Gaudet
772-336-9956 (Parish Office)

Cell - 772-240-2272
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