A sacramental journey for adults
Are you interested in becoming a fully-initiated Catholic?
THE CAMINO (RCIA) Rite of the Christian Initiation of Adults is a guided conversion process by which non-baptized adults (catechumens) and baptized Christians (candidates) are fully initiated into the Catholic Church.
THE CAMINO is an opportunity for people to learn about the Catholic faith and enter into full communion with the Catholic Church.
The CAMINO Journey is led by a team of lay church members and clergy over a seven-month period which begins with Alpha in September and continues in January through Easter.
Deacon Marco Argentino coordinates the Camino.
Alpha is the first step.
When you sign up for Alpha, explain in the comments that you are part of the Camino.
When do the meetings happen?
You begin with Alpha, which takes place weekly on Wednesday evenings from September to December. After Alpha, the specific Camino preparation period begins in January and finishes at the Easter Vigil, when the sacraments are received. Once Alpha is over, Camino meetings take place on Tuesday evenings.
How is the Covid-19 pandemic affecting this program?
Until further notice, all Camino meetings will take place online, using Zoom.
Is there a cost?
No, there is no cost.