The Scrutinies are celebrated with catechumens on the 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays of Lent. Here are links to some common questions and good articles that may help you as you plan.
Do we use Cycle A readings for all Masses even those where we don’t celebrate a scrutiny? Answer: https://paulturner.org/scrutinies-and-homilies/
Here is a link to an in-depth article written by Fr. Turner about the Scrutinies https://paulturner.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/scrutinies1.htm
Finally, here is a link to a concise article about the Scrutinies from Team RCIA http://teamrcia.com/2018/02/how-to-celebrate-the-scrutinies-without-scaring-the-catechumens/
Other events at the Georgia World Congress Center happening at the same time as the Rite of Election on February 25th make planning ahead for parking critical. Please review the options below and make a plan as soon as possible!
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The Creed and the Lord’s Prayer are the heart of our faith. They embody what we believe and how we are to pray, which is why special liturgies are designed to hand on or to present both in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.
Since the early centuries, the Creed and the Lord’s Prayer have been presented to the elect in the weeks prior to Easter to help them prepare for baptism. Even today we present them just before Easter since their baptism will be preceded by a profession of faith using the words of the Creed and their sharing in the Eucharist will be preceded by their participation in praying the Lord’s Prayer.
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