Daily Prayer, Daily Bread (webinar recording)

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Date: March 6, 2014. A conversation with Mary Stommes about the power of prayer and how we can lead catechumens into a daily practice.


Description:
Pope Francis said, “The Lord tells us: ‘the first task in life is this: prayer.’ But not the prayer of words, like a parrot; but the prayer, the heart: gazing on the Lord, hearing the Lord, asking the Lord.”

Join TeamRCIA for a conversation with Mary Stommes about the power of prayer and how we can lead catechumens into a daily practice. We will cover the different forms of prayer that the catechumens need to learn as well as some simple ways to help them develop and deepen their prayer life.

  • Why daily prayer is so important for the catechumens
  • What some forms of daily prayer might include
  • How to help the catechumens develop a daily prayer practice
  • What the consequences of daily prayer are for the catechumens — and for us!

This webinar originally aired on March 6, 2014. The full video/audio recording includes a downloadable handout and recommended resources.

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*Diocesan use access: $125.00
Although TeamRCIA webinars are designed for parish use, we know that they can also be valuable for diocesan training. With your diocesan use access purchase, you will receive the link to the recording. You may use that link to show the recording (as many times as you like for as long as you like) from a single computer and location within your diocese, such as a chancery office or a parish, for each viewing.

Details:
Product #08-041NDrec
Workshop, via online webinar
TeamRCIA (2014)

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