What is Christianity?

Is Christianity one religion among many? Is it one way to peace and eternity amongst other options like Hinduism, Islam, New Age etc.? Jesus came to be the one and only means of salvation: the one way to the Father, the one truth and the one life (John 14:6). Christianity is the means by which people discover, encounter and share in the life-changing work that Christ did. No other religion, way or philosophy was determined by God to be a means of peace, joy and eternal life. The fullness of Christ is found in the Catholic Church. Catholicism is the fullness of Christianity; it is the fullness of the gifts God has given to His adopted children. 

What is RCIA?

RCIA is the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. It is a process that begins with evangelization, then a period of teaching, then a period of pray and study, the reception the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Communion) and Easter gatherings with the parish. RCIA can benefit anyone seeking one of these three Sacraments or all three: the unbaptized, non-Catholic Christians or Catholics in need of one of their Sacraments. RCIA begins September 8th. Contact Brandon Harvey ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ), CTK Evangelization Director, to plan on coming and seeing if this is something you are interested in pursuing.

Evangelization Thursdays

In September, CTK will embark on a yearly adult evangelization effort.  Thursday evenings at Christ the King will become dedicated to offering evangelization opportunities.  Various evangelization efforts will be offered in the fall, winter and spring on Thursdays. Each of these efforts will be different, allowing you the opportunity to go deeper. Other efforts will be added through time but for now, mark your calendars for Thursdays as an evening for Adult Fellowship and Adult Evangelization at Christ the King.

A Liturgical Book Club

A group of parishioners are helping me organize a daytime book club. The books would be read on topics to develop our prayer life at Mass and the other sacramental celebrations. If you have an interest in gathering to discuss your likes, dislikes, questions of a book and to grow in community, please contact the parish office (402-391-3606) or email Brandon Harvey ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) to discuss your availability. We hope to begin sometime in January.

Liturgy of the Hours Group

The Liturgy of the Hours is a powerful form of liturgical prayer. The Church says it helps us to prepare for Mass and to extend the grace of Mass into our day. If anyone would like to meet weekly to pray the Liturgy of the Hours as a group, contact the parish office (402-391-3606) or email Brandon Harvey ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) to discuss your availability and your interest between Morning Prayer or Midday Prayer. We would begin by meeting just once a week.

Contact Information

Name Brandon Harvey
Phone 402-391-3606 ext. 215
Email harveyb@ctkomaha.org