15 ways RCIA teams can catechize this summer

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  1. Kathy Kellyk Huey

    Regarding year round RCIA formation. We’ve been in year round for 18 years. During the summer we do field trips: attending Mass in other parishes in our Diocese… those whose liturgy is not in English or whose architecture is vastly different than our parish structure, the Cistercian monastery in Conyers Georgia, a wonderful biblical antiquities center in LaGrange, Georgia, to name a few of the attempts we’ve made in the summer especially to help folks understand that our parish is part of the greater church. They are becoming members of the Church, not just our parish.

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