Peter the Fisherman Church, Mountain Home “I grew up in a Christian family and never doubted the importance of my relationship with Christ.When I started dating my husband, one attraction I had to him was his devotion to God and his Church.It made no sense, so I finally decided to study the early Church.
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These people have participated in their parish’s Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.
Elect, formerly known as catechumens, are those people who have never been baptized and want to enter the Church.
But as I’ve gotten older and began to reflect on things, I began to want to know how Christianity as we practice it has evolved.
What was the history, how did we form our beliefs and why are some of our traditions different even though our core beliefs as Christians are the same?
My wife was born into a Catholic family, practiced Catholicism for many years … It looked like RCIA could answer many of my questions and after attending the classes I have decided I want the Church and its history to be part of me as I worship and live each day.” Dr. Mary Church, Hot Springs “My wife and I have been married 35 years in June.
She’s always been Catholic and I’ve attended her church.
We enrolled our daughter, my husband and I joined RCIA and before I had even attended the first meeting I knew that I would become Catholic.