The Four Essential Doctrines the Liturgy Teaches

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  1. I am wondering how to better discern whether a child catechumen or candidate is ready. What do they have to know, and most importantly, how is their conversion experience assessed by the RCIA leader?
    Also, is Breaking Open the Word ever done with the younger children?

  2. Hi Barb. A neophyte is someone who is newly baptized. Usually you call them a neophyte for a year after their baptism. You can find “neophyte” and a whole bunch of other terms in the glossary. All the best to you!

  3. Thank you for your wisdom support. I learn a lot from your website. Whenever I ask my Pastor for guidance or help, he always says ” just follow the RCIA book.” so you are very helpful. thanks.

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