How to become a Catholic.

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Catholic Truth Society , London
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There are two sides to becoming a Catholic – receiving instruction in the faith, and taking part in the services of a local Catholic community.

You can start with one or the other, but you will need to have completed sufficient instruction AND be attending regular services before you can become a full member of the Catholic faith. I would like any information on being an acolyte; personal experiences, stories, etc., etc.

I have an opportunity to be trained this September and become a permanent acolyte for our Cathedral. I am pretty sure I want to do this/ am being called to do it.

I would like to hear some other’s experiences with this calling. Thanks for the input. To become a Catholic, one must understand the teachings of the Church, believe in those teachings, and be a baptized Catholic.

If someone is not baptized, through RCIA they will learn the tenants of the Catholic Faith and conclude their journey with the reception of the Sacrament of Baptism into the Church. Every speaker begins their speaking career with small groups of people; nobody gives their first talk to a group of 2, My speaking was heavily enriched by my time as a campus minister at a Catholic high school.

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This is when the individual first expresses an interest in becoming a Christian or a Catholic, and begins to explore, with the help of the parish community, what his or her relationship with Christ might be and how that might be enriched and deepened by joining this Christian community.

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We are currently accepting applications for these programs. This book not only provides that understanding, it also explains why Catholics do what they do during the “source and summit” of Catholicism. “The Seven Storey Mountain” by Thomas Merton Thomas Merton began life at the dawn of World War I in France as a non-Catholic.

There used to be Catholic book publishers who published Catholic fiction. Some of it was pretty good—I still remember books by a Jesuit named Finn, Tom Playfair, Percy Wynn: I’ve looked for copies of those books but without any luck.

Some of that Catholic fiction was pretty bad, of course, largely because it was trying to be so good. Later, becoming a Catholic after some strange spiritual experience, he gave up his work and went to Italy to become a Benedictine monk.

For many years he travelled giving to the houses of his Order the benefit of his legal knowledge, and also of his spiritual treatises.This book is alright - and probably best for people who are teaching RCIA (i.e., people who are already Catholic) rather than people who are attending RCIA sessions (i.e., people considering whether they want to become Catholic).4/5.Saunders, Rev.


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"The Process of Becoming a Saint." Arlington Catholic Herald. This article is reprinted with permission from Arlington Catholic Herald.

The Author. Father William Saunders is pastor of Our Lady of Hope parish in Potomac Falls, Virginia. He is dean of the Notre Dame Graduate School of Christendom College.