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Why Catholics Do What They Do in Church and…

Why Catholics Do What They Do in Church and Connecting with God (DVD)

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Symbols and signs are essential to the Roman Catholic Liturgy and Ritual. Candles; what do they represent? How and when are they used and how do they affect us? This program will help young people, catechumens and even life-long Catholics to better understand the important reasons for these traditions and how they help us grow in faith.
Running time: 28 min. (6th grade-high school)

Connecting with God
Have you ever thought of God as you gaze out at the ocean, as you listen to your favorite music, or as you have a real good stretch in the morning? If so, you were “Connecting with God.” This program takes a closer look at what prayer can be by focusing on three ways that we can connect with God--through our bodies, through music, and through nature. Creative, informative, and entertaining, this video is tailor-made for teens at all levels. It’s also excellent for RCIA candidates and adult education groups.
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