Use the liturgy to teach RCIA catechumens how to live

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2 thoughts on “Use the liturgy to teach RCIA catechumens how to live”

  1. Marjory Werstak

    One way the community can help catechumens practice the liturgy and live it out is to remain in the church for the entire service. Too many Catholics leave right after communion.
    What a bad example for inquirers, children and catechumens.

  2. I like the observation, a lot; but how do we convince our parishioners that the Mass is not “private” devotion when they have been told all their lives that they need to kneel and pray for “extended” periods after Mass. Often by “religious authorities:?

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