RCIA: A radical, ground-breaking, world-shaking, world-transforming way of being church

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2 thoughts on “RCIA: A radical, ground-breaking, world-shaking, world-transforming way of being church”

  1. Angela Hibbard, IHM

    I have always taught the catechumens and canditates about the upside down pyramid, but my final trick is moving the pyramid on its side. It becomes a circle, which illustrates what you were saying pretty well.

  2. I first read about the Rite in 1978 in an article in Religion Teachers Journal. A small group of us gathered to discuss it and my first RCIA person Clif was 1978-1979 with celebration of Sacraments at Easter Vigil. His sponsor was his gay partner.
    40 years ago. WOW.

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