(Original post by wikiellie)
It is virtually a year since I was accepted into the Catholic Church through the RCIA course. Since then, my journey of faith has deepened and my love for God strengthened. The parish I belong to is wonderful, and the parish priest is virtually a member of the family!
I'm so glad that your faith gives you so much joy. And parish priest love being invited into the homes of their parishoners. When I was growing up, my parents always had an open invititation to the clergy. Consequently I have always felt very at home around the clergy and religious.
One of the priests even used to call in most mornings after my dad got home from shift-work and the two of them would study 'form' for the day's race horsing, the nephew of the priest being a famous jockey!
(Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
yawn: Thanks. It's quite exciting. A bit nerve-wracking though! It's been a while since my own confirmation
That really won't be a problem for you. If you are selected to be a catechist, you'll have all the learning material at your fingertips, enabling you to be an expert when it comes to preparing the young candidates.