RCIA Hollywood

This year, I have the privilege of being one of the catechists in an RCIA program with Barbara Nicolosi, Fr. David Guffey, CSC, and Fr. Willy Raymond, CSC. It’s a very cool program that Barbara designed several years ago for artists in Hollywood who are interested in exploring the Catholic faith.

I’ve created a blog for the program, which will eventually include not only links and resources, but also some of the audio from our weekly sessions. Enjoy!

7 thoughts on “RCIA Hollywood

  1. I admire the fact you never seem to be tired, Clayton!I’m not sure, but I believe the real name of one of the writers you list is “Shusaku Endo”. Did you read “Silence”? A good book in my humble opinion, but not one I would recommend to somebody who doesn’t have yet a strong theological background, it could be misleading.I’ll pray for all of you!

  2. Which parish do you belong to? I have been driving to St. Victor’s from Venice on Sundays. I just came into the church in Spetember, and I am looking for a place to land.

  3. Aaron,I belong to St. Charles Borromeo in North Hollywood. It’s a good place to be.St. Victor’s has a great liturgy. I used to be part of the chant choir for the Saturday evening Mass there.

  4. shelray,You asked if I were really one person. The answer: not as much as I would like to be. Augustine really nailed it when he said that our problem is not a weak will, but a divided will.But that’s not what you were asking. 🙂 Yep, there’s only one writer behind this blog.

  5. Thanks, I’ve adjusted the spelling. I have not yet read <>Silence<>, but I know that Barbara uses it toward the very end of the year, in a talk on suffering that precedes “The Last Things.”It’s also of interest to artists in Hollywood, as there is a buzz that Martin Scorcese may be adapting the book to the screen.

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