Becoming Catholic: Even If You Happen to Be One

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An excellent book for seekers, RCIA, returning Catholics, and more.  Great for group or personal use.

A comprehensive, challenging overview of the basic tenets, teachings and practices of the Catholic faith. Equally valuable for those learning about the Catholic faith for the first time as well as for lifelong Catholics and anyone seeking to examine critically what they personally believe about what the Church teaches.

Becoming Catholic is...

  • for those active Catholics who want to deepen their understanding of and make more meaningful their membership in the Catholic Church.
  • for those who are merely "looking into" the Catholic Church or are actually considering joining this community of believers.
  • for "retired Catholics" who have become inactive or opted out of the Catholic Church and now may be willing to take another, more adult look at their faith.

Becoming Catholic is...

  • not a catechism covering issues in a question and answer format.
  • a discussion program dealing with basic, essential doctrines of the Catholic faith.
  • an approach concentrating on the content of the Catholic faith but emphasizing the attitude towards Catholic beliefs rather than authoritative statements and memorization.

Becoming Catholic is...

  • designed for use by either individuals or groups--usually with someone to act as a director or guide.
  • •made up of fourteen chapters each divided into five sections: The Essay, Questions, Responses, The Christian Community and The Personal Profile.
  • a teaching method comparing the way we think about things with the way we feel about them, always in the light of and against the background of the experiences which have had an impact on us.
Format: Paperback book
Product code: AP105
Dimensions: 5½" x 8½"
Length: 218 pages
Publisher:
ACTA Publications
ISBN: 978-0-914070-13-9
Written by James Killgallon, Gerard Weber, and Mary Michael O'Shaughnessy