Are you thinking of becoming Catholic? Have a lot of questions?

Whether you are a baptized teen or adult who is missing a sacrament, or are seeking to join the church for the first time, our Rite of Christian Initiation and Faith Formation classes are the place to begin.

Our RCIA and Faith Formation classes are offered each week beginning in September.  During these exploratory classes you will have an opportunity to discuss the following:

The Sacraments and what they mean to Christians
Church teachings – the myths and the facts
Scripture, Tradition and Magisterial Teaching
The Saints and their examples
The steps to becoming a Catholic
Your own questions

If you are a Baptized Catholic in need of sacraments, please click on the  Documents links  on this page.

For more information please call (630) 553-6671.

More Information…

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process whereby adults enter the Catholic Church. RCIA classes are held weekly and over the course of several months those who attend the RCIA classes are educated on what the Catholic Church believes and are given the oppurtunity to ask question about those beliefs.

The RCIA Program is for if you:

1)   Are not Baptized and are 8yrs old and older
2)   Baptized in another Christian faith and wish to become Catholic

Just because you start RCIA, doesn’t mean you are committed to converting to Catholicism. If you are merely curious about what Catholicism is, please feel free to come. All are welcome.

To begin the process of discernment, please download and complete the appropriate Inquirer Form found on this page.   If you do not have a copy of your baptism certificate and cannot get one please download and complete the Affidavit of Baptism.  Once we have received your Inquiry form you will be notified of class dates and times for the coming cycle.

RCIA Contacts

Parish Office 630.553.6671
RCIA Inquiries Accepted Year Round Call for appointment
RCIA Cycle Start: Mid September Meets Tuesdays 7-9 p.m.
RCIA Cycle Finish: Easter Sunday