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RICA: Preguntas, respuestas, temas y consejos

Authored by William Keimig in Issue #31.2 of The Sower
Esta página sobre la iniciación cristiana se ofrece en cada número de The Sower como medio continuo para tratar temas específicos que no necesariamente reciben atención en artículos más generalizados o en otros recursos de formación. Todas las preguntas provienen del campo y tienen dos fuentes: 1) los lectores como usted mismo; 2) los asuntos que se han ido suscitando durante los talleres dirigidos por la Association for Catechumenal Ministry [Asociación para el Ministerio del Catecumenado] (ACM) a lo largo de los últimos diez años en varias diócesis. P: ¿Qué se hace cuando un participante de RICA parece no estar avanzando? P: ¿Cuáles son algunas de las cosas que el dirigente del RICA debe de alentar en los patrocinadores y padrinos a que evitan de hacer? P: ¿Qué es un Bautismo condicional?

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