Do not conform yourselves to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect.      Romans 12:2

No se conformen a esta época, sino sean transformados por la renovación de su mente, para que puedan discernir cuál es la voluntad de Dios, qué es lo bueno, lo agradable y lo perfecto.

Romanos 12:2

The seven sacraments are drawn from the love that Jesus has
for everyone. This is shown in his life, passion, death, and resurrection. This love is shared with us by the Holy Spirit in the sacraments instituted by Christ though the Church.

The sacramental liturgies are an outward sign of an inward grace by expressing our union with God during seven significant life stages. They communicate that, God is always present with us in life, so that we come to know God’s grace is also immanent.

The liturgy of each sacrament is formed by words and gestures that explain what God is doing in us. The elements we use are water, bread, wine and oil. These help us be present to the divine love of God, who freely chooses to share his grace through them.

Jesus is known as the Christ. Jesus is fully human and fully divine. Therefor, the sacraments too have a human and a divine nature.




The sacraments are the great gifts of the Holy Spirit to those called to be God’s own.

RCIA at St. John the Evangelist, is a process that helps people enter into full communion with the Catholic Church. 

  • RCIA is for for those who are not baptized and wonder what being baptized means for them in light of sacramental teaching.

  • RCIA is for those who have been baptized in other faith traditions and would like to explore what it means to be Catholic.

  • RCIA is for adult baptized Catholics seeking Holy  Communion and Confirmation.

  • RCIA is for children 7 years of age and above who are seeking Baptism and First Holy Communion.

  • RCIA is for everyone on their own personal journey of faith with doubts, struggles and a sincere hunger for a new encounter with faith. 

  • RICA es para adultos y jóvenes que no están bautizados y desean el bautismo. 


  • RICA es para aquellos que han sido bautizados en otras religiones y les gustaría explorar lo que significa ser Católico.


  • RICA es para Católicos ya bautizados y desean la Sagrada Comunión y la Confirmación.


  • RICA es para niños de 7 años o más que buscan el Bautismo y la Primera Comunión.


  • RICA es para todos en su propio camino de fe con dudas, luchas y un hambre sincera por un nuevo encuentro con Dios.

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process established for the universal Church for individuals to become Catholic and receive the sacraments of initiation — Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist. This initiation process also involves a parish community experiencing a renewal in faith as it prepares and welcomes new members into the Church. The Rite speaks of conversion as a “spiritual journey.” Centered on fostering a deep relationship with Jesus and the Church he founded, this journey takes place through distinct stages over a period of time suitable to bring about a thorough catechesis, significant experience of the parish

community, and commitment to the liturgical and moral life of the Catholic faithful. The RCIA process is a restoration of the ancient catechumenate, arising within the first three centuries following the era of the apostles. It was the early Church’s way of Evangelization in Roman Empire. The Second Vatican Council called for the restoration and use of this venerable and powerful method of initiation for the worldwide Church.

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