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The Spirit and Confirmation (Part 2) (VHS by…

The Spirit and Confirmation (Part 2) (VHS

by Ikonographics

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This video challenges us to see the Spirit as revealed as giver of life, giver of gifts and maker and keeper of promises. Excellent for classrooms and Confirmation preparation and RCIC.
This video explores these themes:
. What is the work of the Spirit?
. What scriptural images speak of the Spirit?
. What are the traditional seven gifts of the Spirit?
. How do we ritually celebrate the presence of the Holy Spirit in the Sacrament of Confirmation?
. How does the Spirit breathe in the Sacraments of Initiation?
Running time: 14 min., (Grades 5-9)
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