Category Archives: RCIA

The Theology of the Barn Yard

People find themselves drawn to the Catholic Church and the RCIA for many different reasons. Each person has a unique conversion story. A few years ago there was a man who came through our RCIA that made quite an impression … Continue reading

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Easter Vigil at Christ the King

My favorite deacon during the blessing of the baptismal water 11 adults and 7 children were baptized and confirmed Six came into full communion with the Catholic Church.

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Protestant Youth Minister and Blogger Reverts Home to Rome

Praise God!  A Baptized Catholic is set to cross the Tiber. Bryan Kemper a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church is to begin the RCIA process in order to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church. It was a … Continue reading

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Why Do Catholics…

Confess their Sins to a Priest? This question comes up frequently in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) . The RCIA is the usual process for those who wish to become Catholic.  The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation … Continue reading

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Welcome Home Mary Matalin

Deacon Kandra has the scoop: The Republican strategist, editor and talk show host (and wife of Democratic loud mouth, James Carville) spoke to the Catholic Media Convention last weekend. At one point, she mentioned that she was raised Methodist, but … Continue reading

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