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Canon 587

1. Persons who desire to join the Church are to be admitted

with liturgical ceremonies to the catechumenate, which is not a

mere presentation of teachings and precepts, but a formation in

all the Christian life and an apprenticeship duly lasting for

sometime. 2. Persons who are enrolled in the catechumenate

have the right to be admitted to the liturgy of the word and

other liturgical celebrations not reserved to the Christian

faithful. 3. It is the responsibility of the particular law to

enact regulations by which the catechumenate is to be directed;

these regulations are to determine what is to be expected from

catechumens and what prerogatives are recognized as theirs.




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