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“I’m interested in the Catholic Church.”  


“I think I want to become a Catholic. 

How do I do that?”

These are the common statements we hear from adults (18 years and older) who feel drawn to the Catholic faith and want to know more about it and how to go about becoming a member of the Catholic Church. We invite those who are inquiring about our faith to contact the Director of Religious Education, or one of the Co-Directors of the Rite of  Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA for short) to discuss your questions and to hear about the process through which adults learn about Catholicism and what it means to live the life of a Catholic Christian.

Ideally we would meet each person at their specific point of their spiritual journey and incorporate them immediately into the RCIA process, but that is not always possible. Due to the time and availability of our volunteers we generally follow a school calendar for the formal RCIA process.

Classes begin in August and end at the Easter Vigil. You cannot miss more than 3 classes. Classes are only English and meet on Sundays from 12:30PM-2:00PM 

Required paperwork:

  • Birth Certificate

  • Baptismal Certificate [if baptized]

If Married:

  • Marriage Certificate

If Divorced:

  • Divorce Certificate

*You will need to interview with the Pastor and all paperwork has to be turned in by then as well. *

 If you have questions about this whole preprocess, please contact:


Ivonne Oliveras

Director of Religious Education

 770.942.9765 ext. 2

Deacon Joe Hrovat

Mrs. Teresa Hrovat

Co-Director of RCIA

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