[quote="IrishIvy, post:11, topic:230410"]
One is the head of the RCIA/Adult Ed at church and a girl that helps teach the RCIA class has to talk with my sponser and I to see if my "heart is in the right place" to become Catholic. I understand their rules and what they are doing, but I do not like it that my sponser-sponser was asked not to come,
Is this the boyfriend? If he becomes your god father, you will not be allowed to marry him; you know that, right? That's probably why they selected a different sponsor (god parent) for you.
but the sponser they appointented me (whom I love) to decide if I am ready to or not. They said they wanted everyone in RCIA to wait till Penetcost instead of Holy Saturday/Easter.
This is often done with candidates who were previously baptized, to differentiate them from those coming in by baptism at the Easter Vigil, but it is recommended strongly that those being baptized receive their baptism and other Sacraments at the Easter Vigil.
In other words, it's just as bad to have everyone coming in at Pentecost without differentiating, as it is to have everyone come in at Easter Vigil, without differentiating.