After doing the pastoral stage in the city of Manacor, he was ordained deacon in the parish of Santa Maria la Major d'Inca and priest in the Cathedral of Mallorca. He began his ministry as deacon of the grouping of parishes of the Mother of God in the vicinity of Inca and chaplain of the Regional Hospital. He was appointed rector of the parishes of the Immaculate Conception in the city of Palma. He has been director of the Diocesan Library of Mallorca, member of the Technical Commission of Libraries of the Insular Council.
He holds a degree in Ecclesiastical Studies from the Faculty of Theology of Catalonia, a degree in Philosophy from the Pontifical University of Salamanca, a master's degree and an international doctorate in Logic and Philosophy of Science from the University of Salamanca. He has been a researcher and professor at the universities of Memphis (United States), Paris (France) and Leuven (Belgium).
He currently works in the intellectual training of candidates for the ordained ministry of the Catalan dioceses and their laity as a professor and academic secretary of the Faculty of Philosophy of Catalonia. He is also an associate professor at the La Salle Faculty of Philosophy, Ramon Llull University. Mr. Ricard Mejía is especially dedicated to the dialogue faith and science, being appointed in 2021 as an academic of the International Society for Science and Religion (ISSR), based at the University of Cambridge, and has numerous publications both in our country as abroad.
He collaborates, both with the parish and the basilica, in all pastoral areas.