“In the sacraments of Christian initiation we are freed from the power of darkness and joined to Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection. We receive the Spirit of filial adoption and are part of the entire people of God in the celebration of the Lord’s death and resurrection.” (General Introduction to RCIA, 1)
The Church welcomes those who want to join themselves to Christ through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist. She also welcomes Christians from other Christian communions who, already baptized, wish to complete their sacraments of initiation in the Catholic Church.
RCIA is also intended for Catholics returning after some absence from the Church to the practice of the Catholic faith.
RCIA at Christ the King Parish meets on Sunday mornings. We begin with attendance as a group at the 8:45 a.m. Mass, and are dismissed during that liturgy. Instruction ends around noon. For more information, refer to “Frequently Asked Questions” or the Contact Information below.
Q&A sessions for anyone seeking to learn more about Christianity and the Catholic faith, but uncertain about joining the Catholic Church. For information about Inquiry, contact the Inquiry team (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Schedule and Topics
Instructional sessions for the main group of candidates (including children) began on the Sunday after Labor Day. Candidates are sometimes accepted after class begins. Please contact Dcn. Larry Randolph (email@example.com or 734-929-0978) for more information.
You can view the 2016-2017 schedule of sessions and topics by clicking here.
The schedule of liturgical celebrations for RCIA in 2016-2017 is available by clicking here.
For a printable brochure which lists the schedule for RCIA in 2016-2017 at Christ the King, click here.
Materials Used in the Process
The “textbooks” used in RCIA at Christ the King Parish are the Bible and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. We will provide these for you. Click here for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
To find answers to FAQs about RCIA, like “What is RCIA?”, “Who attends RCIA?”, etc., click here.
Listen online to RCIA talks and presentations
Go to ctkcc.libsyn.com and click on the RCIA category.
Need more information? Contact Dcn. Larry Randolph (firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-929-0978).