Becoming Catholic: RCIA
“O taste and see that the Lord is good; happy are those who take refuge in him.” Psalm 34:8
The Catholic Church is unlike any other organization on earth. In fact, it is more accurate to call the Church an “organism” – a living body: Christ’s body.
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Why be Catholic?
To become Catholic is to become part of His body – a process that begins with Baptism and continues forever. Being Catholic in today’s world provides both great challenges and great opportunities for personal growth and self-awareness, and also a solid foundation for a life of community and relationship with God.
Parishes welcome new adult and young adult members into the Catholic Church through a process of education, faith sharing, and rituals known as the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA).
For more information, please contact Kate McGrath, our Pastoral Associate, via email or at 781-598-4313 x224.
To learn more about how to become a Catholic and what RCIA is, watch this video from Breaking the Habit's Father Casey Cole.