Informed by the adult education methods proven successful in live workshops, LTP's Virtual Workshops™ invite liturgical ministers to engage in 90 minutes of training, dialogue, and reflection. By maximizing the use of technology in a virtual classroom, LTP raises awareness of current liturgical issues, provides space for dialogue about one's role in the liturgy, and offers valuable resources for ongoing formation and catechesis.
Highlighting mercy as a defining hallmark of our life in Christ, Eterna es su misericordia: Encontrando la misericordia de Dios en la misa will help parishes to break open what it means to belong to a compassionate God. Reading this booklet, parishioners will see how participation in the Mass is rehearsal for living in the Kingdom of God, where justice and mercy reign.
Highlighting mercy as a defining hallmark of our life in Christ, His Mercy Endures Forever: Encountering God’s Mercy in the Mass will help parishes to break open what it means to belong to a compassionate God. Reading this booklet, parishioners will see how participation in the Mass is rehearsal for living in the Kingdom of God, where justice and mercy reign.
Perfect for prayer throughout Lent and on Good Friday, A Light for My Path: Praying the Psalms on the Way of the Cross and the Leader's Guide is adaptable for both individual prayer and for use by parish assemblies with a full complement of liturgical ministers.
The Way of Faith enables parishes to provide their parishioners with simple materials that invite them to pray with Scripture throughout Lent, the Sacred Paschal Triduum, and Easter Time.
Keeping the Seasons provides your parish with useful tools for faith formation during the seasons of Advent and Christmas. This CD-ROM offers reproducible handouts and images, in English and Spanish, to guide your parish in prayer, reflection and catechesis. Includes permission for unlimited copies.
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Keeping the Seasons provides your parish with useful tools for faith formation during the seasons of Lent and Easter. This CD-ROM offers reproducible handouts and images, in English and Spanish, to guide your parish in prayer, reflection and catechesis. Includes permission for unlimited copies.
Purchase your copy today!
Children's Liturgy of the Word provides liturgy preparation pages and liturgy guides for every Sunday and Holy Day of Obligation. Each liturgy guide includes words of dismissal for the presider, an opening and closing prayer, petitions for the Prayer of the Faithful, and the full text of an interactive homily or reflection that connects the Word to the life experiences of children.
Preparing Masses with Children is a simple 15-step system that shows teachers and catechists how to prepare liturgies for children in every phase of the preparation. This unique approach will teach children the language of Catholic liturgy and reinforce their Catholic identity by engaging them in God's Word, selecting music, preparing a liturgical environment, and serving in liturgical ministries.
Children's Daily Prayer provides an order of prayer for each day of the school year, as well as Sundays. It reflects the Lectionary's scriptural cycles, memorials, feasts, and solemnities of each liturgical year and designed to be led by students. These short liturgies of the word incorporate the gestures and patterns of Catholic worship, gradually forming students in the traditional rhythms of our prayer.
All Gathered Here chronicles the history and legacy of the Constitution through a series of reflections and commentary by scholars and liturgists.
The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy was the first document of the Second Vatican Council and shaped the liturgy that we celebrate today. This resource helps the words of this foundational document to inspire the liturgical life of your parish.
Imbued with the Spirit of the Liturgy introduces ten insights from the first document of the Second Vatican Council, a document that shaped the liturgy we celebrate today.
As inspired by the baptismal catechumenate, this virtual workshop will explore the role of apprenticeship in the world of pastoral music and liturgy. Based on experience, panelists will present personal reflections and offer practical strategies that address the need for invitation and formation of the next generation of liturgical leaders.