"St. Anthony's Parish is a Roman Catholic Family of Faith, rooted in tradition, centered on the Holy Eucharist,
faithful to the Church's teaching, bringing the Light of Christ to each other and to our community."
Adult Education - RCIA
Are you a baptized Catholic but have never been confirmed - or have not received first Holy Communion nor been to confession?
Have you been coming to Church but are not a Catholic and may like to be?
Do you know family members or friends who may be interested in finding out more about the Catholic faith?
If your answer is YES to any of these then RCIA could be for you!
RCIA classes, or the "Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults," will start meeting weekly in September but begin with an Inquiry Night (date & time in September TBD) for those interested in finding out about this process of faith formation.
Each year on Holy Saturday during the Easter Vigil, thousands of men and women are received into the Catholic Church in the United States. Parishes welcome these new members through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) and at a liturgy bringing men and women into full communion with the Catholic Church.
The St. Anthony’s RCIA Team welcomes adults interested in learning more about the Catholic faith: Catholics, who have not received all the sacraments; Christians of other denominations interested in converting to Catholicism; as well as unbaptized inquirers. RCIA meets weekly for educational catechesis and prayer in a process that is about setting time aside for the Lord and seeing where He leads you.