De-Mystifying Mystagogy - Catechumenate Support Group - March 22, 2007
The period of Mystagogy seems to cause lots of hand wringing in parishes. Fret not. Mystagogy is no mystery. Mystagogy is simply the process of reflecting on the depth and meaning of God’s love.
At our next Catechumenate Support Group meeting, we’ll discuss some of the following:
- What is a practical, sure-fire, can’t miss method for mystagogical catechesis—something so simple my mother could do it?
- How many sessions should we schedule for mystagogy?
- Where can I find an outline for the sessions during Easter season?
- What do I do if they don’t come back?
We’ll also look at the preparation rites for Holy Saturday, so bring your RCIA texts with you.
Everyone who attends the meeting will receive a FREE photocopiable bulletin insert on the period of mystagogy to be given to the assembly. Get some practical answers to these and your other questions at the next Catechumenate Support Group Meeting.
Catechumenate Support Group
Thursday, March 22, 2007
12:30p to 2:00p
Saint John the Baptist
350 South Abel Street, Milpitas
Bring your lunch and your own questions to ask!
RSVP with Bernard Nemis at 408-983-0126
or online here
Other Catechumenate Support Group dates for the year:
Thursday, June 7, 2007, 12:30p – 2:00p, Chancery Offices
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