Mission DVDs

callmissionDV 352: A CALL TO MISSION
You may call it “Mission,” or “calling,” “vocation,” or “purpose,” it all boils down to serving people according to Gospel principles.  Traditionally, we picture priests or nuns doing “Mission” in foreign lands, but that’s not the only way it’s done.  This DVD shows foreign and domestic missions being done by lay people as well as religious.  There are many needs, and many ways to do mission, it’s limited only by your imagination.  Watch this to begin Mission Sunday discussions, Confirmation preparations, vocations programs or jsut to get some ideas about how you can help build the kingdom!    21 minutes in length for Junior High, Senior High, Adults

The toughest missionary task in the world today is communicating the faith to our own children. Secular culture, with its many distractions, has some particular resistances to the Gospel even as it contains much that is moral..  Is secular culture post-Christian?  How much is our culture a culture of life and how much is it a culture of death?  How do we become missionaries inside of secular culture, missionaries to our own children?  Rev. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI takes you on a journey of discovery through history and scripture to shed light on our culture and the challenge we face passing faith onto future generations.  DVD is in 3 parts for a total of 170 minutes.  Adult audience

To reserve DVDs contact sidneymediacenter@catholiccincinnati.org



We will soon be hearing new words to the prayers at Mass.  The Mass isn’t changing, but the English translation is!  This pamphlet series will help us understand these revisions so we will know how to respond at Mass.  Visit www.ltp.org to order. 

Why and How Are the Mass Texts Being Revised?

The Introductory Rites 

The Gloria and the Liturgy of the Word 

The Profession of Faith 

The Liturgy of the Eucharist             

The Eucharistic Prayer 

The Mystery of Faith 

The Communion and Concluding Rites

Autism, the Mass and religious education

This is a very helpful araticle for those who have children with special needs in their religious education program.  It can be found by clicking here.

Catholic Faith Inventory for New Catholics, Young Adults and Seekers

 This edition of Catholic Faith Inventory (CFI) is a free online survey that helps people appreciate their experience of faith and identify areas for spiritual growth. Individuals complete the survey and receive back, via email, the results of their responses in a workbook that they can use for journaling or discussion with a spiritual director, if they choose. The CFI is ideal for young adults, new Catholics, and Catholics who want to become more active in their own faith formation. Seekers who are interested in the Catholic faith may also find it helpful.

This is developed by PNCEA   (Paulist National Catholic Evangelization Association) and can be accessed by clicking here https://www.catholicfaithinventory.org/exploreyourfaith/

Pay Attention!

Practicing our Faith

This is a web site I think you will find helpful.  http://practicingourfaith.org/

Exceprt from web site:

Christian practices are things Christian people do together over time to address fundamental human needs in the light of and in response to God’s grace to all creation through Christ Jesus.

Learn How to Lead Guided Meditations!

Learn how to lead your class in Guided Meditations by following the easy outline in Praying with Scripture. The book contains ten guided meditations based on a Scripure passage by following a simple, step-by step format.
Borrow the book from the Sidney Media Center at www.sidneymediacenter@catholiccincinnati.org or order it at http://www.loyolapress.com.