Includes prayer, handouts, talking points for the leader, & schedules
Do you want to deepen the experience of liturgy in your parish? Do you want to help your people understand the Mass and see it as the pathway to holiness?
What better time is there than now to invite your people to a Saturday or evening retreat on the Mass? Participants will be led through a lovely faith-sharing process through which they will (1) come to see again the power of the Word shared and broken open and (2) come to recognize the nature of sacrifice: Christ's and their own.
This retreat is designed to be used in a window of 3 to 4 hours and may close with the Mass and/or meal. The opening prayer is included and is drawn from the very words of the Constitution on the Liturgy.
This reproducible eResource is sold with a lifetime license for use within a parish, school, or diocesan office. You are allowed to make unlimited copies for use within your own community. You may also email these to members of your team or participants in your program. If you serve more than one parish or school, each should purchase its own license. You may not post our eResources to any web site without explicit permission to do so. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for cooperating with our honor system regarding our product licenses.
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The Pastoral Center
Bill Huebsch is an author, theologian, former director of religious education, and long-time Catholic publishing professional. He is also a husband, a widely-published and award-winning author, a gardener, a university professor, and a pretty qualified corkscrew operator. He has been a farmer, a marketing director, arts administrator, director of religious education, and diocesan administrator. Bill has published nearly thirty books as well as numerous articles, booklets, and screenplays.
Bill is the founder of the online Pastoral Center and past president of Twenty-Third Publications. Bill writes and teaches extensively on the catechetical mission of the Church and on the importance of continuing to implement the vision of the Second Vatican Council.