The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)

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Interested in exploring the Catholic Faith?

Or just curious?

Who do you say that I am?

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Then come and see

Thursday 5th September 2013 at 20.00 in the Parish Hall

"Come and See" is a group process offered by a team from the parish, for anyone interested in exploring the Catholic faith - what is involved in becoming a Catholic - what it means to be part of a Catholic community?

The Catholic Church was sent into the world by Jesus of Nazareth to preach the gospel that provides the framework for human life. If you wish to explore this unbroken tradition dating back to Christ & the Apostles, come to our meetings that are informal, friendly and those attending are free to withdraw at any time. The meetings are initially held on Thursdays during School term.

If you are not a Catholic and would like to explore the Catholic Faith or if you would like to explore your faith further, come to our Enquirers’ Evening on Thursday 5th September 2013 at 8.00pm in the Parish Hall. Just turn up or if you would like further details, please ring Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith on 01483-472404 or Charlotte Pugh on 01483 472629. Leaflets are also available in the Church porch.

The RCIA is the process by which adults who are not Catholics are welcomed into the Christian family in the Catholic Church. Becoming a Catholic is not just a matter of learning and accepting a number of beliefs. It is a process of growth or conversion. It involves personal growth, as well as growing into a particular Catholic community or parish. For this reason each parish in the Catholic Church is responsible for its own RCIA process.

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