Teach RCIA seekers to imagine salvation

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  1. Thank you for this resource concerning the Mass! In a few weeks I’ll be sharing with our RCIA some brief thoughts about the Mass and this resource will provide lots of opportunity for discussion as well as giving concrete suggestions about thriving during Mass rather than just surviving the hour.

    Our RCIA has benefitted so much from your teaching and guidance over the years and we are very grateful for your faithfulness in following the calling of our Lord in this way.

    Blessings,
    Lynda

  2. Thank you for this reflection because as a Ceramic artist creating hospital installations as part of the being process, I found your words especially meaningful and reassuring.

  3. Thank you-you gave me a quote from Fr. Greeley that I can forward to our team members and RCIA candidates. These everyday reminders keep us constantly in touch with the Holy everyday-not just on Sundays. Catholics have an inside track to staying in touch with the Lord…this is one important facet!

  4. Angela Hibbard, IHM

    A few years ago I picked up some very helpful information about teaching a roomful (or a table full) of people. Everyone learns differently, and unless the teacher includes something for everyone, you will not be able to engage everyone.
    If you don’t already know about “multiple intelligences” you can get very good information on the web. Basically the theory identifies the following as the basic learning styles: Visual-Spatial (eyes and “geography” of the space), Bodily-kinesthetic (touch & movement), Musical (obviously some form of music — recorded, sung, etc), Interpersonal (talking to other people), Intrapersonal (meditation/pondering quietly), Linguistic (words & occasional reference to meanings in the language of scripture, etc), and Logical (figuring things out, connections). More values have been added to the original list . By now this process is second nature to me, and it would be a very useful tool for whoever plans catechetical sessions. My #1 go-to question is always, “What image captures the core of the scripture text,” You will have one that’s personal to you. Have fun with it.

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