Why become Catholic?
If this question crossed your mind, perhaps you should consider joining our St. Leo’s RCIA classes! St. Leo’s invites you to prayerfully consider becoming Catholic or joining in full communion with the Catholic Church!
Who should consider RCIA?
1. Any unbaptized adults or those baptized into a different Christian Faith who desire initiation into the Catholic Church.
2. If you were Baptized Catholic and received First Communion, but were never confirmed, RCIA maybe appropriate for you too.
3. You have questions about what the church teaches and want to learn more about the Catholic Faith.
When are Classes?
We run two sessions a year:
June to late August (summer session)
November-April (school year session)
Classes are held on Monday evenings 6-8pm (following the 5:30pm Mass)
RCIA Schedule 2021-2022
What’s so special about the Catholic Church?
Think of it this way: The Word was made Flesh, then the Flesh was made food.
“The Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” John 1:14
“This is My body…” Luke 22:19
“My flesh is true food.” John 6:55
The Catholic Church can trace its roots back all the way to Jesus, Himself! Two thousand years of history, starting when Jesus instituted the Church:
“Now I say to you that you are Peter (which means ‘rock’), and upon this rock I will build my church, and all the powers of hell will not conquer it.” Matthew 16:18
Consider coming to RCIA and learn so much more!!
If you are interested or know someone who may be interested, please contact our RCIA Coordinator, Mary Lou Rosien at: Mary.Louise.Rosien@dor.