RCIA unwrapped

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3 thoughts on “RCIA unwrapped”

  1. John J. Guerriero Jr.

    Excellent article! A great reminder not to become so enamored with “bells and whistles” that we ignore the basic message!

  2. Once again a wonderful, encouraging article. These four “pieces” are what allows us to live as disciples within the Catholic community. This is ALL we have to offer…… let’s not short change our seekers by not offering ALL. The programs are really the ribbon and bows on the gifts we share… the contents of each package will need to be different for each, each person, each community, each year.

    Many thanks for being there throughout 2016. Blessings moving into 2017.

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