Jesus’s timing is perfect—one parish’s experience of year-round RCIA

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  1. Debra G Vasquez

    I just became the coordinator for our RCIA after 2 years as a helper. I admit, I found our classes dry and didn’t really understand the intent of RCIA. Now, having taken some online classes and read the Rite a little more closely, I find I am more on fire and passionate about what we are doing. We’re not exactly at year-round thinking/paradigm yet, but we are accepting people as they come and trying to meet their needs which range from coming from other faiths, needing only Confirmation, needing Eucharist & Confirmation, to brand-new unbaptized. The Lord is blessing me by with a team slowly seeing that we are doing something different, more focus on evangelization, building relationships. Also, blessing us with a few people coming at a time and Zooming so we can get our feet wet with this new way of thinking. God is good all the time.

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