Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

MINISTRY NAME: RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA)

WHO DOES MINISTRY SERVE: Those seeking the Sacraments of Initiation into the Catholic Church

WHAT DOES MINISTRY DO: Facilitate the Sacraments of Initiation into the Catholic Church

THE PRIMARY GOALS THE MINISTRY SEEKS TO ACHIEVE:

1. Evangelization

2. Catechesis

3. Mystagogy

HOW DOES MINISTRY SEEK TO ACHIEVE THESE GOALS: Through the RCIA Program

RESPONSIBILITIES OF MINISTRY MEMBERS: The building up of the kingdom of God on earth

GIFTS/QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS NEEDED BY MEMBERS TO SERVE IN MINISTRY: Working knowledge of the program, ability to proclaim the good news, willingness to give testimony, listening skills, patience, and love.

TIME COMMITMENT REQUIRED BY MEMBER TO SERVE: Generally once a week sessions, but our commitment is to serve those who wish to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church in whatever way necessary.

WHEN DOES MINISTRY MEET: Sunday mornings

WHERE DOES MINISTRY MEET: The Catechesis building classroom 11

TRAINING OR OTHER SUPPORT PROVIDED TO MEMBERS: At least a 1 year commitment to attending sessions and learning from the facilitators. Leaders guides, workshops and on line training.

FACILITATORS OR LEADERS: Joe Biandola (786) 380-7956 rcia@hrsrcs.org
Rick McCormack, Stasia Todd, and Jeri Willse
FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE "RCIA" under the "CATECHESIS" TAB ABOVE


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