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RICA: Preguntas, respuestas, temas y consejos

Authored by William Keimig in Issue #32.2 of The Sower
Esta página sobre la iniciación cristiana se ofrece en cada edición de The Sower como herramienta continua para enfrentar preguntas concretas que quizás no reciban respuesta en los artículos o demás recursos de capacitación más generales. Todas las preguntas provienen directamente del campo, y tienen dos fuentes: 1) de lectores como tú, y 2) de asuntos que se suscitan durante los seminarios dirigidos por la Association for Catechumenal Ministry (ACM) [Asociación para el Ministerio Catecumenal] a lo largo de los últimos ocho años en varios diócesis. P: ¿Por qué se les da tanta importancia a los Escrutinios durante la Cuaresma para los elegidos no bautizados? P: ¿Cuál es el Rito Penitencial para un candidato bautizado durante la Cuaresma?

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