Post # 1
I just signed up for RCIA classes to become Roman Catholic! I have to first interview with the Deacon, but other then that I’m in! So excited to be able to share the same religion with my fiance! Any advice???
Post # 3
Welcome! We’re thrilled to have you starting on this journey! You will be in our prayers.
Post # 4
It’s so exciting!! The Easter Vigil is my favorite Mass, it’s very dramatic and it’s wonderful to see all the converts being received. Welcome on the journey 🙂
Post # 5
Congrats! I converted 4 years ago, and it’s been such a wonderful experience. 🙂 Good luck on your journey!
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2014 - Ranch
Congratulations! You are going to love the process as you learn more and more. I’ve been Catholic all my life, but went through RCIA two years ago to do my confirmation. Don’t be shy. Ask any questions you may have. I’ve been involved in the church for many years, and I still learn so much everyday. Have fun, enjoy the process, and come back an let us know how you are liking it or if you have any questions.
Post # 7
Best Wishes! I have been helping my Future Mother-In-Law understand the faith I loaned her my copy of Did Adam and Eve have Belly Buttons This is a really great book because it is simple. Pick up a copy if you want to do some light reading 🙂
Post # 8
Welcome! I went through RCIA 4 years ago. In addition to your wedding, now you get to look forward to your First Communion! That was one of the most amazing experiences of my life. One piece of advice I have is to discuss what you are learning with your fiance. I was dating my fiance (a cradle Catholic) at the time I went through RCIA, and he will be the first to tell you that he learned a lot during that time as well. For example, he hadn’t understood before that going to confession was not a one-time thing.
Post # 9
Thanks bees! Im very excited!
Post # 10
@Happilyevaafter5: Welcome! Welcome! Enjoy the RCIA 🙂
Post # 11
Welcome! I went thru RCIA as well, and although I was raised Christian with many of the same values and beliefs, it was enlightening to learn everything as an adult. Best wishes throughout your journey!