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The children’s R.C.I.A. program brings the Good News of Jesus to children age 7 and above and prepares them for the Sacraments of Initiation at the Easter Vigil. This is open to children from different faiths who wish to become Catholic or for those who have been delayed in receiving the first sacraments.

The Rite of Christian Initiation (R.C.I.A.) is the process through which interested adults are gradually introduced to the Roman Catholic faith and way of life. They are educated in the theological lessons necessary to allow them to receive the Sacraments of Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation.

Catechists are those people who are called to serve through teaching, witness, prayer, service and building community. At St. Louis de Montfort, a catechist is someone who utilizes their gifts of faith, patience and creativity to teach children in a particular grade about the Gospel.

The catechist prepares age-appropriate lessons and activities for the children, and is guided by a coordinator of religious education, who provides resources, ideas, suggestions and support. Classes take place in the catechist’s home once a week for one hour. Training for catechists is given at several meetings throughout the year.



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