Four Traditions of Catholic Prayer

Liturgy of the Hours, Stations of the Cross,
Eucharistic Adoration, The Rosary

Four Traditions of Catholic Prayer

Description: For RCIA and other faith formation classes, this PowerPoint  presentation not only teaches the why and how of these four Catholic devotions (Liturgy of the Hours, Stations of the Cross, Eucharistic Adoration, and the Rosary), it also becomes an experience of prayer as it ends with a shortened version of actually praying the Rosary. Instructions include how to prepare a hand-out for praying the Liturgy of the Hours for the beginning of the class session. Comes with a Catechist Guide and a 7-page booklet on Praying the Rosary that includes answers to the most commonly asked questions about the Rosary, an explanation of how to pray the Rosary, and all four mysteries of the Rosary.

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$50 PowerPoint Presentation with hand-outs

Also available:
Praying the Rosary
handout only (Parish Group License)
This is included in the PPT package. Add to the order only if you want copies for other uses in the parish or do not want the PPT.
$30 Parish Group License
$90 Whole Parish License (unlimited printing)

Add this companion piece for enhanced value:

Praying the Rosary’s Luminous Mysteries preview
5-page booklet of the same prayers as in the PPT presentation.
$30 RCIA or Other Small Group License
Whole Parish License (unlimited printing) $90

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