Becoming Catholic – Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process whereby adults enter the Catholic Church. RCIA classes are held weekly and over the course of several months those who attend the RCIA classes are educated on what the Catholic Church believes and are given the opportunity to ask question about those beliefs. “We know God in the breaking of the bread and we are not alone anymore.  Heaven is a banquet and life is a banquet too, even with the crust, where there is companionship.”Dorothy Day

Recent bulletin series:

RCIC Calling all Parents:

Has your child missed some of the Sacraments?  Then the RCIC process is for you. This program is for children who have not been baptized or have not received the Sacrament of Eucharist and Confirmation and Reconciliation and are older than 8 years of age.  The RCIC is a process that invites and encourages the parents to stay with the children in the classrooms.  By agreeing to stay, the parents are then a part of the class and are encouraged to share their faith experiences.  This process unites the family on their journey of faith.  For more information contact  the parish office at 622-6510
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Congratulations to those who are now full members of the Catholic Church (Easter 2017).

James Roberts
Crystal Goujon
Maria Helene de Laire
Christopher Maynard
Christopher Baron
Kenneth Fox
Stephanie Parker

RCIA Contacts:

Fr. Georges de Laire 603-622-6510
Karen Lavoie 603-623-4033
Deacon Jim Patterson 603-622-6510