Making Disciples — Diocese of Helena

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Date: April 15-16, 2016

Early Bird After March 15, 2016
$30.00 $40.00
Group of 5-plus
$25.00 per person
Group of 5-plus
$40.00 per person

Your registration fee includes continental breakfast, box lunch, and snacks.

Participants are responsible for their own lodging

For Group Rate, Reservations must be made BEFORE March 25. Group rate has been arranged with:

3803 Brooks Street, Missoula, MT 59604
Phone 406-251-2665 (reservations must be made at this phone number)

2775 Expo Parkway
Missoula, MT 59808
Phone 406-543-4600

When making reservations identify as Blessed Trinity Conference event.

Guest House Inn is close to Blessed Trinity.

Other Missoula Hotel accommodations: Most national chain hotels/motels are available in Missoula. The North Reserve Street Motels/Hotels provide most convenient access to Blessed Trinity.

Blessed Trinity Catholic Community
1475 Eaton Street
Missoula, MT 59801

Schedule and session outline

7:00p How do we tell others about Jesus?
7:30p Six principles of the RCIA
8:00p Four pillars for forming disciples
8:30p What would happen if our parishes did this?
8:40p Liturgy: Adapted Presentation of the Creed
9:15p End

8:30a Morning Prayer
8:50a Mystagogy on Friday night liturgy
9:05a Overview of the RCIA
9:50a Period of Evangelization and Precatechumenate: needs and the Christian response
10:25a Break
10:40a Check-in and feedback
10:50a Period of Evangelization and Precatechumenate: five inquiry questions
11:00a Period of the Catechumenate: connecting needs and formation through parish life
12:00p Lunch
12:45p Period of Purification and Enlightenment
1:30p Period of Postbaptismal Catechesis or Mystagogy
2:15p Break
2:30p Team building
3:15p Wrap up and evaluations
3:30p Closing Prayer
3:45p End

Nick WagnerNick Wagner is the director and founder of He has more than 25 years experience as a leader and trainer in liturgical and catechetical ministries. He has a gift for translating theological principles into simple and clear language that inspires joy, commitment and passion for faith. He is the author of numerous articles and several books and on parish ministry including Whole Community Liturgy and The Way of Faith: A Field Guide for the RCIA Process (Twenty-Third Publications). He was an active team member with the North American Forum on the Catechumenate. He has worked in campus, parish and diocesan positions, and he holds a master’s degree from Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota.

Diana MacalintalDiana Macalintal is the Director of Worship for the Diocese of San José and holds a Master of Arts in Theology with honors from Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota. She has served as a liturgist and music director in campus, parish, and diocesan ministries for over 20 years and has authored articles on liturgy and music in Modern Liturgy, Ministry & Liturgy, Pastoral Music, Eucharistic Ministries, Parish Life, AIM, and Today’s Parish. In 2003, she received the Tabat Scholarship from the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions. She was a team member of the North American Forum on the Catechumenate, a keynote speaker, workshop presenter, and liturgy director for national conferences, and a cantor and liturgical composer. She maintains a blog for the Diocese of San José called Work of the People.