RCIA Network of England & Wales

supporting the journey of faith

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

The RCIA is the liturgical and catechetical process designed for adults attracted by Christ and his teaching. It supports them as they seek to respond more deeply and to enter into the Communion of the Church.

  • For more information about the Rite see Resources.

The RCIA Network is made up of people who have leadership roles in the RCIA process in Dioceses and parishes, and exists to support them in their work and to promote an authentic understanding of the Church’s teaching about the Rite.

RCIA Network Website

This website has the following sections:

  • Events – Conferences & Day meetings organised by the Network.
  • Newsletter– reports on events, working groups and other news.
  • Resources – some links to what is available.
  • About Us – further information about the Network.

What’s New

10 Principles of RCIA

Rite of Election 2015

Resources for Lent

RCIA and Scripture

Seeking the Living God

Contact the Network

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