RCIA stands for the “Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults”, the process by which adults are initiated into the Roman Catholic community. Men and women are guided and cared for as they awaken in faith and are gradually introduced to the Catholic way of life.
The RCIA process is a series of carefully planned stages marked by liturgical rites in the presence of the whole community, in which non-Catholics embark on and join us in a continuing and deepening conversation into faith and discipleship.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults – New Process
There are two new RCIA (English) processes every year, Wednesday Process and Friday Process. Commencement Date will be announced in the Parish Bulletin. Classes will be conducted every Wednesday / Friday at 8:00pm in RCIA Room 105. Please register your non-Catholic friends who are interested in the Catholic faith. Registration forms are available at the Parish Office. Enquiries, kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rite of Christian Initiation of Youth – (RCIY – Baptism)
New RCIY process will be held on every Saturday at 3.00pm in Room 105. Commencement Date will be announced in the Parish Bulletin. The RCIY Committee would like to request parishioners to invite their non-Catholic friends aged between 15 and 24 to join the process. Baptised Catholics aged between 18 and 35 are welcome to join in as sponsors. Kindly register at the Parish Office or contact Elaine Teng at 98535334 or Bernard Lin at 91818177 or email: email@example.com