RCIA: Preguntas, respuestas y consejos

Authored by William Keimig in Issue #29.1 of The Sower

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P: ¿Qué es ‘Abriendo la palabra’? o ¿‘Reflexión sobre la palabra’? ¿En qué parte se habla de esto en la guía a los Ritos?

P: ¿Se puede utilizar el Aceite de Catecúmenos para ungir a los candidatos para bendiciones y exorcismos menores?

P: ¿Se puede recibir a los cristianos bautizados en la Iglesia fuera de la Vigilia Pascual?

P: ¿Para qué se utiliza el acrónimo RCIT [RICT: T denota teenagers o adolescentes]?

P: ¿Cuáles son los pros y las contras al permitir que un participante con una anulación [de matrimonio] pendiente pase por los Ritos de Aceptación / Bienvenida? ¿Qué hay de los Ritos de Elección /Llamada a la Conversión Continua? ¿Existen algunas directrices para esto?

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