Episode 116: How the Holy Spirit Sparked a Centuries Long Church Controversy

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    • In this podcast, we’re going to continue our study of the Creed and answer the question, ‘Why is the Spirit adored and glorified?’
    • Also, Nick and Diana will take a look at a resource for cathecumens and candidates to reflect on their journey.
    • And in the Q&A segment, we’ll talk about whether or not we can use the Year A readings even if we’re not celebrating the scrutinies.


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Resources mentioned in this podcast

The Heart of Faith:
A Field Guide for Catechumens and Candidates
Nick Wagner

"Becoming Catholic is a process of falling in love. The person we’re falling in love with, over and over again, more and more deeply, is Jesus Christ. To become Catholic, you have to open your heart to the love Jesus has for you and return that love as best you can."
So begins The Heart of Faith, where catechumens and baptized candidates quickly learn that Jesus Christ will be their focus throughout their journey through the catechumenate. They will learn what they need to do to become Catholic too, of course, as they discern, pray, worship, break open the Word, and try to live their daily lives as followers of Christ.
They will learn in particular what living the way of Christ looks like.

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RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) image posted by TeamRCIACheck out this webinar recording: “Six signs of conversion that must happen in the RCIA “ Click here for more information.

Listen to these additional podcasts:
  1. Episode 121: Why the church returned to the norm of adult baptism
  2. Episode 120: Four key markers that identify us as true Christians
  3. Episode 119: The ancient truth about the church that Vatican II revealed
  4. Episode 118: How God speaks to us today
  5. Episode 117: Three words in the Creed that caused the great schism between East and West


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