RCIA is great if you are new to the Catholic Faith or have been Catholic all your life and feel like you need to brush up.
Can you name the Seven Holy Sacraments of the Church?
Want to better understand the Nicene Creed?
Why is it important for Catholics to study both the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Bible? What day do we celebrate the birth of the Church?
NEED A REFRESH??
Want to learn more about the Catholic faith but cannot commit to a series at this time? Can only commit to one night… maybe two, or even still… would like to be able to simply just drop in for an evening when available? Well, look no further than Monday evenings!
On Monday evenings, I meet with our catechumens in the St. Matthew Room to discuss various topics of the Catholic Church from one of four major categories: What the Church Believes, How the Church Celebrates, How the Church Lives Faith, and Our Church at Prayer. Different topic each week!
All Catholics and non-Catholics of St. Matthew Parish are invited to attend these sessions to hear or re-hear, to learn or re-learn, aspects of the Catholic faith. While these evenings are part of the RCIA process, these evenings are open to everyone. You do not need to be seeking to become Catholic or be a part of an RCIA team to attend.
So, come join us! Come for one evening, come for two, come each week! It’s your choice. We meet from 6:30p – 8:00p. For more information, please continue to check the bulletin or contact Pam Fleming at 317-519-1448 or
RCIA (yes, even if you’re Catholic)
February 26–The Lord’s Prayer and Others
March 4–The Meaning of Holy Week: The Way of the Cross
… and there’s more!
If you would like more details, or if you have questions, please contact Pam Fleming at email@example.com.