CRCIA parent information.
Posted on September 29th, 2014
Gods Word is Your Family’s foundation
As a Catholic School, We are very proud and passionate about our Christian Faith. We are very grateful to God we live in a country where we can freely worship and express our faith in Christ.
Unfortunately many Christian parents face challenges in raising their children in faith. How come that some children receive the gospel message and believe, while others hear the same message and remain unchanged. To hear the word of God is one thing and to understand it is a little more challenging. As a christian caring community, it is our desire to let you know about the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) program that takes place annually. This program is meant to tackle some of the issues concerning our Catholic faith and its teachings; why we believe the things we do and our readiness to share the same with your children. This class is an encounter with God. An experience that can bring a miraculous change in one’s life.
Who can attend this program? The program is open to all, both Catholic and non-catholic who wish to know more about the Lord and our Catholic Beliefs. For the non-Catholic, you don’t have to commit immediately at the end of the program. It is something you have to think and pray about to know whether the Lord is calling you or not. Give it a trial, find out why we do the things we do, and why we teach the things we teach. you will never regret coming to join us in this journey of faith.
The classes start on Tuesday September 30th, at 7:00 pm, at St. Matthews Catholic Parish. You may come to mass at 6:30 pm if you wish. The classes are every Tuesday night at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
Yours in Christ,
for more information or questions please contact:
Kristin Mckenzie-RCIA firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Boston-Parish office403-845-3457 email@example.com
5208-53rd street ave. Rocky Mountain House
“There are no more than 100 people in the world who hate the Catholic Church, but there are millions who hate what they think is the Catholic Church.”
-Archbishop Fulton Sheen