RCIA Interest Form
Thank you for your interest in RCIA at the Georgia Tech Catholic Center! Please tell us a little more about yourself.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a program very dear to the heart of the Catholic Church. Its purpose is to welcome into full Communion with the Church those adults who:
have never been baptized but seek reception into the Church;
have been baptized into another Christian denomination but seek reception into the Church;
have been baptized in the Catholic Church but have not received one or both of the other Sacraments of Initiation (Confirmation and First Eucharist);
have been baptized and fully initiated into the Catholic Church but have been away and seek Reconciliation.
RCIA also welcomes those who may not be sure if they want to join the Church yet, but are interested in learning more.
Regular classes will be held weekly at the GTCC for the spring semester beginning Sunday, January 13th from 1:00 -2:15 pm, with a few exceptions for school holidays. Small Groups will also be held at the GTCC on a weekly basis for participants of the program, at a time to be determined at a later date.
For more information, please contact Clare & Connor Nies at
How are you affiliated with Georgia Tech?
If you are a student, which year are you?
Fifth Year +
I'm not a student, just a friend of GT!
Have you been baptized?
Yes - in the Catholic Church
Yes - in the church of a different denomination
Are you interested in becoming a member of the Catholic Church?
Please check all that apply. If you have been Baptized in the Catholic Church already and simply seek Confirmation, just check 'Yes!'
I would like more information about RCIA and the Georgia Tech Catholic Center program
I would like more information about the Catholic Church
Not at this time
Which Sacraments of Initiation are you interested in receiving?
Please check all that apply. If you're unsure, that's okay! We will help you determine which Sacraments you would receive. You will learn more about these Sacraments throughout the course of the class.
I am unsure
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