How Symbols Teach (online webinar recording)

Price: $75.00
Your price: $37.50

SKU: Nick Wagner and Diana Macalintal, with Johan van Parys

Aired: April 3, 2014



In this important webinar, Johan van Parys will join Nick and Diana to help RCIA teams discover the deep meaning of the symbols we encounter in the RCIA and in our journey of faith.

In Symbols that Surround Us, Johan van Parys writes: “Symbols enable us to communicate on a deeper level when we do not have words to do so.” Without symbols, we could not tell the catechumens the story of our faith. Join Johan with Nick and Diana in this webinar to discuss:

  • Why symbols are important for a life of faith
  • What symbols are
  • How symbols work
  • How a better understanding of symbols will enrich our faith and the faith of the catechumens

This webinar originally aired on April 3, 2014. The full video/audio recording includes a downloadable handout and recommended resources.

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Johan van Parys, PhD, is the director of liturgy and sacred arts at the Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis. He also teaches liturgy in the School of Theology of Saint John’s University and is the co-founder and president of the Minnesota/North Dakota Chapter of the Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums.
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.

Product #08-042NDrec
Workshop, via online webinar
TeamRCIA (2014)

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Photo: By Diana Macalintal, CC BY 2.0

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