RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA)
Help us in building up the Body of Christ at the Catholic Center! RCIA is a key program in spreading the Kingdom of God here on Georgia Tech’s campus. If you are interested in receiving the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation) or becoming a sponsor, please email RCIA@gtcatholic.org at any time!
If you enjoy diving into the teachings of the Church, want to tackle the hard questions of the faith, or are curious as to why we believe what we do, then please join us for Apologetics on Tuesday nights at 7 PM! Our student-led program focuses on facilitating honest and constructive discussion with others as we all work toward a common truth.
Renew is a night of Eucharistic adoration, confession, and praise & worship held every other Thursday at 7:30 PM. Come adore our Lord, hear student testimonies, share in fellowship, and begin again! All are welcomed.
The Catholic Center works hard to offer one or two retreats every term for students to come grow in intimacy with the Lord, share in communion with eachother, and rest well. We encourage all students to set aside this time each semester to recenter our lives towards what is meaningful and true!
Check out recent homilies and discussions between Fr. Branson and members of the Catholic Center community as we dive into differnt books, movies, current events, and more.
Google Podcasts: gtcc.co/HelluvaCatholicPodcast
Apple Podcasts: gtcc.co//AppleHelluvaPodcast
FOCUS Bible Studies
Please contact FOCUS@gtcatholic.org if interested in joining a bible study at the Catholic Center!
Join us every Friday morning at 7 AM as we work on a text by Msgr. Luigi Giussani together as a community. If interested in learning more, please join our GroupMe: https://groupme.com/join_group/62983776/n5HHm6Cq
Come and see what Catholicism is all about!
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to discuss our current programs, suggest new ones, or ask questions about how to become more involved in the Catholic faith!
If looking to help in the building up of our Catholic community, be on the look out for the CSO board pillar applications at the end of the Fall and Spring terms, or just send an email asking how you can be of service!