Mary, Our Holy Mother Mother of Christ, Mother of the Church Description: Why do we say Mary is the Church’s most perfect member? This PowerPoint presentation, which is ideal for RCIA and other faith formation classes, is a comprehensive overview of Catholic dogma about Mary the Blessed Mother. It ends with an embedded video of the “Ave Maria” to give your candidates an actual experience of devotion to Mary. Comes with a Catechist Guide. Why Mary is called “Mother of God” Why Mary is called “Mother of the Church” Why Mary is called “Virgin” Why Mary is called “The Second Eve” Why Mary is called “The Immaculate Conception” Why Mary is called “the Church’s most perfect member” Why we believe Mary was “assumed” directly to heaven without experiencing death. Preview it: Order it: $30 PowerPoint Presentation with music meditation Add these companion pieces for enhanced value: The Immaculate Conception of Mary Handout for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary explains grace and the Catholic doctrine about Mary’s conception in the context of celebrating salvation history, the Holy Spirit as Giver of Life, Mary’s motherhood, and more. Not included in the PPT package. $10 RCIA or Other Small Group License $20 Whole Parish License (unlimited printing) The Meaning of the Assumption of Mary Handout explains the doctrine of the Assumption of Mary and relates to our own personal growth in holiness. Not included in the PPT package. $10 RCIA or Other Small Group License $20 Whole Parish License (unlimited printing) LICENSE & COPYRIGHT: You may not post anything on the internet in any form. The copyright footer of documents must be included on all copies. You may not add to or alter content without requesting and receiving special permission. PowerPoints are protected by a password to ensure that you will always have a good version if the editing goes awry or if someday someone gets their hands on the editable copy and adds things that a future DRE or catechist or pastor does not want there. You may obtain a customizable version, sans password protection, only after purchasing the original, protected version, for an additional equal cost.