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Anonymous Man wrote:

Hi, guys —

I want to join the Catholic faith.

I was baptized and confirmed as a Latter-Day Saint about 1 year ago, and I guess I am wondering about the conversion process.

  • How Do I start this process as an adult male age 27-30 years old?

Anonymous Man

  { I want to join the Catholic faith; How do I start this process as an adult male, age 27-30, coming from the Latter-Day Saints? }

Eric replied:

Anonymous Man,

Find the the local parish (try or Catholic Hierarchy), contact them, and tell them that you want to enroll in RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults).

You will go through some classes for several months before being baptized (unless you were baptized prior to your Mormon baptism).

We look forward to having you!

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