Join us on an adventure to experience God's love and learn about the rich traditions observed by over 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide!
Since 2006, RCIY has welcomed interested youths from all backgrounds. We aim to provide a safe, fun and engaging space for self-discovery.
Check out some of the key milestones ahead! Each period is about 3 months long and taking every step forward will always be your decision.
Welcome Tea: Saturday, 10th July 2021
Weekly Sessions: Every Saturday, 2pm – 4pm
Watch this video for a sneak preview!
Joining RCIY also means you will be part of our vibrant community of young people from all walks of life!
Are you a young Catholic who would like to serve as a spiritual companion to our non-Catholic inquirers?Register as a sponsor today!
Potential sponsors must be baptized and practising Catholics
Enjoy reaching out to young people
Committed to attending weekly sessions
Preferably between 20 - 30 years of age
RCIY is more of a journey to encounter and experience God's love rather than an academic one. Over 9 months, we will cover the fundamental aspects of the Catholic Faith including interesting questions like Who is God?, our core beliefs and traditions. Feel free to ask as many questions in the process too!
The new cycle for 2021 begins with an introductory Welcome Tea session on Saturday, 10th July. You may sign up on our site or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Thereafter, sessions are held weekly until April 2022. There will be a few breaks in between for holidays etc.
While RCIY sessions are not compulsory and the choice to attend them will always be your decision, we do encourage you to make the best of your own journey.
Weekly sessions will be held at 2pm every Saturday at the Church of St. Ignatius located at 120 King's Road.
No, the decision to get baptized is a deeply personal choice and you should make this decision carefully. The Church and RCIY team will always respect you and your decision at every step.
If you are below 21 and wish to get baptized at the end of the journey, you will be required to obtain parental consent to proceed.
No, RCIY is free to attend. Additional activities such as retreats are also heavily subsidized and the RCIY team aims to ensure that cost is never an issue for our youths.
A sponsor is a baptized Catholic who will be your spiritual companion during your journey. He/She is someone who will look out for you and be a friend to you.
Not to worry! If you do not have someone (e.g. a Catholic friend) who has agreed to be your sponsor, we will pair you with someone awesome from our team
The Catholic Church recognizes the validity of baptisms from most Christian traditions. As such, you will not need to be baptized again. Instead, you will be received into the Church at Easter and also receive the Sacraments of Confirmation and the Eucharist concurrently.
You may still join us at any time prior to the end of the pre-catechumenate period – this is usually before the end of the year. We will try to be as flexible as possible and encourage you to get in touch with us to see how we can help.
Interested to find out more?
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