What tulips and clogs teach us about faith formation

"Grand Haven Institute" by R. Szczepanski; "Holland welcome" | Wikimedia

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  1. Dominic Bruno

    Yes. I’m on the other side of the state from Holland, but I’ve got this same vision. The diversity of the person and their needs that contacts me about being Catholic makes a classroom process (which is what we still do) unworkable. Not to mention the way it isolates them from the community and ultimately, I think, sets them up for a quick fall when the RCIA community pulls away.
    What parts of parish life were put forward as places to incorporate seekers?
    However, I also find that those in the RCIA process like being around those in a similar stage to them. I see that the Sunday dismissal time can provide this time of grouping. What other places/times were recommended?

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