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Neocatechumens

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Neocatechumens are followers of the Neocatechumenal Way, a Roman Catholic movement dedicated to adult faith formation, established following the Second Vatican Council. Neocatechumens derive their name from the early Christian catechumens who were willing to enter the Orthodox Catholic Church, and in order to do so spent a period of time - typically about three years if converting from a pagan background - in which they prayed behind the faithful in many services, learned the rhythm of the liturgical year, and were formally catechised and prepared for the initiation rite of baptism.
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