Opening the Word is a weekly Catholic faith formation resource that helps you unpack the meaning of the Sunday Readings and explore how they connect to ...
Opening the Word is a weekly Catholic faith formation resource that helps you unpack the meaning of the Sunday Readings and explore how they connect to your life. What started as a curriculum to guide RCIA groups in their faith formation quickly expanded to Catholics outside the RCIA community because of its unique approach. Features ------- - Video Reflection so you can gain insight from dynamic Catholic scholars like Dr. Edward Sri, Dr. Tim Gray, and Dr. Mary Healy. - Personal Prayer Journal with guided prompts to help you apply the readings to your own life in a personal wayâ€â€complete with Bible verses, prayers from the Saints, and references to the Catechism of the Catholic Church. - Daily Reminders to help you on your faith journey Who Should Use Opening the Word? ------------------------------ - RCIA leaders will find Opening the Word to be their greatest resource when guiding their participants. Itâ€™s easy to follow, clear to understand, and it simplifies instruction. - Couples will come to know one another in a whole new way. - Small faith sharing groups will be provided with a gameplan that provides them with insight and guidance for conversation and reflection. It will keep groups on point during discussions. - Individuals will enjoy the flexibility of a program they can use wherever and whenever they want. What People Are Saying About Opening the Word ----------------------------------------- â€œOpening the Word presents the truth, beauty, and goodness of our Catholic Faith in a dynamic way that will reinvigorate cradle Catholics and entice non-Catholics to desire to enter into the great Mystery!â€ â€â€Jim Gontis, Director of Religious Education, Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania â€œThis is an attractive, content rich, interactive, and user-friendly resource. The journal questions are concise and manageable. I especially liked the tiered reflections: shorter ones for the participants and more substantial ones for the facilitators.â€ â€â€Christopher Chapman, Director, Secondary School Catechesis, Diocese of Pittsburgh
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