Les Enviamos: Para despedir a los Catecumenos – Jerry Galipeau


A Spanish-language version of We Send You Forth.

Texts for dismissing catechumens and baptized-yet-uncatechized candidates following the homily each Sunday of Year A, Year B, and Year C, as well as dismissal texts for solemnities and feasts that are celebrated when they occur on Sundays.  Large, easy-to-read print, a liturgy-worthy foil stamped cover and a CD-ROM that allows you to print all texts as 8½ x 11 pages.

En el párrafo 75.3 del RICA se sugiere que a los catecúmenos “se les despida cortésmente” cuando termina la liturgia de la Palabra. Sin embargo, esto no significa que sean simplemente despedidos. Las oraciones de despedida que se encuentran en Les enviamos usan las imágenes y los temas bíblicos correspondientes a las lecturas del domingo o solemnidad de los tres ciclos A, B, y C.  Los textos para la despedida en Les enviamos también se encuentran en el CD-ROM que incluye el libro. Los archivos pueden ser fácilmente imprimirse y colocarse en una carpeta para el celebrante.


Les Enviamos: Para despedir a los Catecumenos – Jerry Galipeau

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Dr. Jerry Galipeau – is the Executive Director of Mission Integration at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and is the past Vice President and Chief Publishing Officer for the J.S. Paluch Company and its music and liturgy division, World Library Publications, in Franklin Park, Illinois. Before coming to WLP, he served for fifteen years as Director of Liturgy and Music at parishes in Florida and Illinois. He has presented keynotes and workshops throughout the United States and Canada on the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, liturgical spirituality, ritual music, evangelization and adult spiritual formation. Past chair of the Board of Directors of the North American Forum on the Catechumenate, Jerry was a frequent team member for Forum's institutes. A popular parish mission presenter and retreat leader, he earned the Doctor of Ministry with a concentration in liturgical studies from Catholic Theological Union at Chicago in 1999.

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