Deacon Roger Cahaney, RCIA Director
Bill Kenney, RCIA Coordinator

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is a spiritual journey of faith and conversion to seek and find the living God. The RCIA is a time of discovery and preparation in building relationship with God and His Church. The process includes a series of Periods, Steps, and Liturgical rites within this journey. This journey is not taken alone. The entire RCIA Staff, a Sponsor, the Pastor, and the Holy Spirit will instruct and guide the catechumen’s faith formation. At the acceptable time, the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation) are conferred bringing the catechumen into full participation, community, and union with the Church. Life-long continuous growth, formation, and witness is necessary to strengthen and persevere in faith; to live as an intentional disciple of Christ, for the glory of God.
For adults who have been baptized and are seeking to receive Eucharist and Confirmation, the same process is used.
For more information, contact Deacon Roger or Bill Kenney, RCIA Coordinator.

Men’s and Women’s Groups
Men’s Bible Study – 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at 9 AM
               Contact Bill Kenney 517-518-1286
Women In the New Evangelization (WINE) – 1st Friday of every month at 7 PM
               Contact Marie Sheridan 517-223-8684, ext 309

The Wild Goose returns….

  • For those of you that experienced this series a few years ago, you know how well done it is so… we are bringing it back!
  • We meet on Thursday mornings after the 10 AM mass. This series focuses on the Holy Spirit—Wild Goose is Celtic for Holy Spirit. The videos are a half hour long and we will have a handout for each episode for discussion. There are 14 episodes so this will continue into April. There is no cost or signup, just come when you can. For any details, contact Marie at [email protected]

Please pray for Zach who was fully entered into our RCIA process through the rite of Acceptance in January. He will receive the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist at the Easter Vigil.