Adult Faith Education and RCIA


“The RCIA program helped me not only get closer to God but closer to my family through God. I would recommend this program to anyone wanting to be part of the Catholic Church.”  ~A past participant

Are you or someone you know interested in becoming Catholic or learning more about the Catholic Faith?

We invite you to learn what Catholics believe in an open and welcoming environment.  These sessions are also an opportunity for you to ask questions you may have about the church.  In October, we will be starting a process called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, or RCIA.  Contact Rick Nelson for more information or to enroll in RCIA.  Phone (612) 581-0512; Email:

Scripture Preview

To receive Sunday Scripture Preview every week, text Dominic1 to 84576 to sign up for Flocknote (En Español: 202-765-3441) or visit . You will then be prompted to join groups of your choice, including “Weekly Scripture Preview.”

Word on Fire

Bishop Barron’s Word on Fire Digital library is also available to all parishioners enrolled in our Flocknote program for free.  Weekly videos are sent via Flocknote, but everyone is encouraged to use other series either individually or with small groups.  Many video series include workbooks!

Adult Faith Formation

Others are encouraged to lead their own small groups in their neighborhoods or with friends to do book groups, Catechism study, Bible study, lectio divina, or something else.  Check the bulletin regularly to see about groups starting.

Confirmed adults of all ages are invited to stay connected and learn more about their faith with Quick Catholic Lessons with Fr. MikeThe study includes short videos from Ascension Presents with Fr. Mike Schmitz on current topics along with discussion questions and key takeaways based on Catholic teachings. This study is being offered through volunteers within our St. Dominic Church community and meets online every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month from 8-9 pm, year-round. For more information, contact the parish office.