Mission of the Redeemer
Note: This is also available in a full-package Mystagogy Retreat!
Description: Inspire your Neophytes to get involved in parish life and the ministry of the Church and to help others join the journey of faith. It's recommended that catechists first read Pope John Paul II's encyclical Redemptoris Missio in preparing the lesson, but this is not required.
Ideas for use: Evangelization Teams, Staff Retreats, Ministry Workshops, Pentecost events, prayer groups, etc. Good for the final Mystagogy class of RCIA as a send-off into the mission of the Church.
The same presentation can be readily adapted to a parish seminar about evangelization at any time of year. It's especially ideal for Pentecost.
It can also be used to launch a 4-week small-group discussion program. See the Mission of the Redeemer Study Guide.
Mac users: you must have PowerPoint for Mac installed to run this. TechSoup has a special discount for churches.
Licensing Information: Each PPT comes with a single-parish license granting you permission to display the PowerPoint presentation in your classrooms, which provides unlimited use for unlimited years in one parish.
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"Gifted and Sent"
End the RCIA journey by sending your Neophytes into the bigger journey of walking with Christ in the continuation of his ministry. Empower them to become active participants of the parish and fruitful stewards with their gifts and talents.