Saturday, July 5, 2014
NCW Seminarian Interviewed About The Way
This video below shows a seminarian from Paraguay explaining a little bit about the Neocatechumenal Way and how it saved the marriage of his parents. Because of the Way, he has found his vocation into the priesthood. We are in a battle against the secular world that wants to destroy families.
The Neocatechumenal Way offers an opportunity for families to work together. Couples are turning away from divorce and are no longer afraid to be open to life. In the Way, the importance and role of the families are discussed in the catechesis and even in the Beginning of the Year retreats. RMS priests are being trained to give catechesis in their homilies as well as tie today's readings together so that the homilies becomes relevant in the every day life of the faithful. The Way is also producing many priests not only to do the missionary work that Christ instructed them to do, but also to conduct the Mass for the faithful.
Kiko Arguello have often said that the Neocatechumenal Way came from God. The Pope has said that it is a gift from the Holy Spirit. What we do know is that the Way started among the poor. It did not start with the rich. It started from the poor, and it came from poverty. As I said before, God chooses the poor, the weak, the humblest, the handicap, and even the worst sinner as His chosen ones so that through their weaknesses, God can manifest His power and strength. COURAGE!!!