RCIA: The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
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Journey of Faith is an RCIA resource that provides the catechetical piece for an RCIA journey. The material is available through the OEC (Office of Evangelization and Catechesis) with a few leaders guides available to be borrowed.
To view a sample of one of the handouts click on the link below.
TeamRCIA's web page offers a multitude of free articles about important topics for all those engaged in the ministry with those who are on the journey to full communion with the Catholic Church.
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The primary text describes the content of the RCIA journey (paragraph 75), the dynamics of the journey (paragraphs 4 and 5) and the stages & rites of the journey with adaptations to the journey for children and other considerations. The Canadian RCIA is published by the Canadian Bishops and can be ordered through the Diocesan Resource Centre at 306-922-4747 ext. 229 or by email by clicking the link below.
This book by Nick Wagner provides an excellent description of the overall RCIA journey.
To order contact the Diocesan Resource Centre at 306-922-4747 ext. 229 or email by clicking on the link below.
This book by Nick Wagner focuses on the first steps of journey with someone who asks to become Catholic with building a relationship by the key focus. The five questions provide a focus for the first few conversations that allows the leader of the RCIA to truly get to know the person who wishes to enter the journey.
To order this book from the Diocesan Resource Centre call 306-922-4747 extension 229 or send an email by clicking the link below.
In this book, Diana Macalintal describes how the parish is the core learning centre for the RCIA. Where those wishing to become followers of Christ, by hanging out with everyday Christians, learn to walk the talk.
This book can be ordered from the Diocesan Resource Centre by phone 306-922-4747 extension 229 or by sending an email by clicking on the link below.
This book by Nick Wagner explores the nine core teachings of the church that make up this first proclamation. Readers will become catechists and evangelists equipped to bring healing to those around them.
To order this book from the Diocesan Resource Centre call 306-922-4747 extension 229 or order by email clicking the link below.