2 thoughts on “Episode 49: Four key theologies that gave birth to the RCIA”

    1. Hi Walt. In 1986, the US bishops said: “The term ‘convert’ should be reserved strictly for those converted from unbelief to Christian belief and never used of those baptized Christians who are received into the full communion of the Catholic Church” (National Statutes for the Catechumenate, 2).

      Only those who convert from unbelief to Christian faith should be referred to as converts.

      Nick

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