Rites Of Christian Initiation in Adults (RCIA)
Adults and older children who have the desire to adopt the Roman Catholic Church “Roman Catholic faith and way of life” are introduced to the faith through a gradual initiation process. It is a communal process and involves a number of stages punctuated by liturgical rites to aid and assist the potential convert toward the final rite, usually at the Easter Vigil at which time they will become full members of the Catholic Church.
The entire process takes about 1.5 years, participants are generally invited to proceed at a pace that suits them individually.
Please contact us if you feel you have the calling to the faith.
Cantonese catechumen class
A new Cantonese adult catechism class will start on October 4, 2023:
Mentor: Father Joseph Tan
Time: Every Wednesday night 7:00-8:30
Venue: Catholic Centre, Central (Main class location)
Please recommend it to your relatives and friends who have not yet known Christ. For those who have been baptized are also welcome to attend and learn again.
Continual Christian formation for Adults
Continual faith formation is part of being Christian. Our priests are available to help adult Catholics who wish to develop a mature faith, acquire greater appreciation of the richness of our Catholic tradition, and deepen their commitment to the faith.
Pastoral Counselling – Please contact our priests directly if you wish to consult with a priest for spiritual guidance and assistance.