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You Have Put on Christ: Cultivating a Baptismal Spirituality

by Jerry Galipeau

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At the root of all Christian discipleship is the Sacrament of Baptism, for it is in Baptism that we become a new creation and are clothed in Christ (cf. RCIA no. 229). Jerry Galipeau's new book "You Have Put on Christ: Cultivating a Baptismal Spirituality" is an extended reflection on this reality, told mainly through stories of Dr. Galipeau's discovery of the power of his own baptism.

The very first chapter recounts a pilgrimage Dr. Galipeau took to the church where he was baptized in an effort to connect his ministry to the roots of his participation in the life of Christ. Subsequent chapters unpack the baptismal character of Lent and the ways in which a Catholic parish might help parishioners to rediscover the power and meaning of their baptism.

The book comes with an enhanced CD-ROM containing four instrumental tracks, sheet music for the hymn "God, Who at the Font once Named Us," and the script for a parish-based baptismal reflection session (as described in the third chapter). The files are all reproducible for parish use.

"You Have Put on Christ" is a short but moving reflection on the grace of Baptism and a great resource for parish liturgists and catechists. ( )
  sullijo | Feb 12, 2015 |
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