The Conversion Experience: A Reflective Process for RCIA Participants and Others

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Paulist Press, 1998 - Religion - 230 pages
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This practical manual guides adults through the conversion process -- both adults in RCIA and post-Renew programs as well as those who recognize that the committed life demands continual conversion. Using reflections, exercises, and suggestions for prayer and group sharing, the book explores the five forms of conversion, the seven dynamics which structure the process, and the significance for conversion of sacramental worship.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Conversion as a Social Process
9
Approaching Conversion Normatively
24
The Dynamics and Counterdynamics of Secular Conversion
42
The Mortal Ministry of Jesus of Nazareth
60
The Paschal Mystery
74
Synoptic Narrative Christology
83
The Dynamics of Christian Conversion
100
Conversion and Charism
118
Christian Initiation The Catechumenate
136
The Rites of Christian Initiation
148
The Vocational Sacraments
165
Reconciliation and the Anointing of the Sick
188
The Lords Supper
207
Index
225
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