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RCIA TALKS: CURRENT YEAR 2019-20
Resource: Credo by St. Benedict Press
RCIA TALKS: 2018-2019
Resource: Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church
RCIA TALKS – YEAR 2017-2018
Resource: US Catholic Catechism for Adult
ARCHIVE YEAR 2016-2017 RCIA TALKS: (Chapters from U.S. Catholic Catechism for Adults)
ARCHIVE – RCIA TALKS FROM 2015-2016
ARCHIVE: RCIA TALKS FROM 2014-2015
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Example of How RCIA Dismisses:
*Attend 9:30a.m. Mass on Sunday together (*unless there is a Rite/Scrutiny at another mass) (seating will be reserved)
*The Group dismisses after Homily to review and discuss scripture readings in the Parish Office; Dismissal finishes by end of mass;
*Sponsors are welcome, but not required;
*Those who are baptized Catholics, remain in mass unless they have attended/will attend another mass to fulfill their Sunday obligation.
(use your journals)
A daily examination of conscience, whereby one reviews the day, near the end of the day, in the presence of the Lord; this should be a time of prayer, not just a mental exercise.
Saint Ignatius directs us to spend most of our time reflecting on the blessings of the day, recognizing the good things God is doing in our lives and how we are or are not responding to his love. This is an imitation of Mary’s attitude of heart-pondering prayer.
God is always showering his love and mercy down on us in so many ways and it is important we begin to recognize these blessings and thank him for them. Such prayer leads to praise and thanks and thus sets us on fire with divine love.
Below is a simple Examination of Conscience. Please begin tonight and continue each night to examine your conscience using the formula below. It may be helpful to write your thoughts in your journal. Continue each night.