Rite of Christian Initiation for Young People (RCIY) by OYP at the Cathedral
Hello there!

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Young People (RCIY) is a spiritual journey of learning and reflection for young people who are interested in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ through the Roman Catholic faith. It is open to all non-Christians, and baptised Christians seeking to join the Catholic Church.

The Office for Young People is beginning a new RCIY journey this year for young people between the ages of 19 and 30 who are desiring to know more about Jesus through the Catholic faith! If you or anyone you know is interested, we invite you to come and see :)

Age: 19 to 30* years old
When: Every Sunday, 10am to 1pm, starting 26 June 2022 till 28 May 2023
Location: Cathedral of the Good Shepherd
A Queen Street, Singapore 188533

Sessions will be conducted in person at the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd (subject to and in compliance with prevailing MCCY guidelines).

If you have any questions or clarifications, please contact us at rciy.oyp@catholic.org.sg!

*If you desire to explore the Catholic faith but are above 30 years old, you may still sign up and we will contact you again if the program is suitable for you or help to redirect you to an appropriate RCIA program.

**The Office for Young People (OYP) is the office of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore dedicated to the pastoral care of young people in Singapore.

Note:
In communicating with the Office for Young People (“OYP”) and/or participating in any OYP event, please note that you are giving us (and hereby give your) consent to collect, use and disclose your data for the purposes of promoting and/or publicising events organised by OYP and/or other organisations of the Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore. You may at any time withdraw your consent for us and opt out of receiving mailers, calls and/or notices from OYP. You can do so by emailing us at info.oyp@catholic.org.sg. Thank you.

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