Becoming Catholic

Easter Vigil

Becoming Catholic

"My heart is restless, O Lord, until it rests in You."

St. Augustine

We are all on a journey through life and we all seek the same things.  We all hunger for more.  We all desire truth.  We all want beauty.  We all seek goodness - constantly striving to improve ourselves and the world around us.

As Catholics we are on this same journey with you.  Through the guidance of the Church we look to God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit as the source of all truth, beauty and goodness.  We look to the Most Holy Trinity for the answers to life's most difficult questions.  We believe in God the Father, the loving creator of everything in this world.  We believe that He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, into the world.  We believe that Jesus died, was buried, and rose again from the dead.  We believe that He left His Church - the Catholic Church - to evangelize all the corners of the world and bring others to truth, beauty and goodness.

Those are bold claims.  We profess them proudly, yet humbly.  We would love to share those beliefs with you.  What we want most of all is to fulfill Jesus' desire and help you get to Heaven, where all the faithful will be with God for all eternity.


    The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, or, RCIA, is the process of becoming a member of the Catholic Church.
    It is through this process that we introduce Christianity:  the moral life, a life of prayer, our beliefs and teachings. Through these sessions, your own personal prayer, and your faith journey at home and in the community, you are in the process of discerning whether you want to be a member of the Church.  If you elect to do so and are ready, you will enter into the Catholic Church at our Easter Vigil Mass, the night before Easter.


    The typical RCIA program begins in September, meets weekly on the day that best suits the scheduling needs of the group, and weekly sessions end with the Easter Vigil.
    After Easter Vigil, the group meets occasionally to continue to grow in faith and knowledge and continue the journey toward heaven

    Please contact Rose @ 937-295-2891, fill out the form below or e-mail Rose to begin the process or to ask questions about it.


"There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate the Catholic Church, but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be."

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen





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