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 RCIA is another area that is seeing some growth. ​ The movement to pastoral regions has moved some RCIA coordinators to at least talk about ways they can collaborate. ​ Others have formed whole pastoral region RCIA processes. This is slowly happening – but it means working out a common approach to the catechesis and the celebration of the Rites. ​ We have provided some training in this area. RCIA is another area that is seeing some growth. ​ The movement to pastoral regions has moved some RCIA coordinators to at least talk about ways they can collaborate. ​ Others have formed whole pastoral region RCIA processes. This is slowly happening – but it means working out a common approach to the catechesis and the celebration of the Rites. ​ We have provided some training in this area.
  
-I have been around long enough to know that a new resource is not going to “fix” the change of attitude needed in order for lay leadership to blossom and take hold.  We need pastors, pastoral councils, business managers, finance commissions and the people in the pew to see the need for quality lay leadership. ​ That means providing and supporting lay leaders with education, just wages and an office at the parish rather than their home.  It means making them a vital part of the parish staff and part of the overall planning of the catechetical needs of the parish. ​ It means working with area universities to provide affordable and accessible opportunities for our leaders.+I have been around long enough to know that a new resource is not going to “fix” the change of attitude needed in order for lay leadership to blossom and take hold.  We need pastors, pastoral councils, business managers, finance commissions and the people in the pew to see the need for quality lay leadership. ​ That means providing and supporting lay leaders with education, just wages and an office at the parish rather than their home.  It means making them a vital part of the parish staff and part of the overall planning of the catechetical needs of the parish. ​ It means working with area universities to provide affordable and accessible opportunities for our leaders.\\ 
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