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A Sacramental People

3-week workshop

Based on the Spring 2012 issue of C21 Resources edited by Fr. John Baldovin, S.J., this workshop provides an opportunity to reflect on and discuss a sacramental view of life. The sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, and Marriage are the focus.  This C21 Resources installment is a companion to previous issues that have addressed Eucharist, Holy Orders, and lay ecclesial ministry. 

NOTE: For a complete overview of Catholic sacramental life, we recommend you also consider eventually enrolling in three other C21 Resources workshops: The Eucharist: At the Heart of Catholic Life, Grace and Commitment: Religious and Ordained, and Grace and Commitment: The Laity.  We also offer a four week course, Sacraments in Catholic Life.

Check the course schedule for future offerings of this course.

Special Features
This workshop includes:

•    All reading materials available online
•    A study aide that guides participants through the course material
•    Weekly questions for reflection and discussion
•    Resources for further study

All C21 Online workshops and courses include these features:
•    A town meeting forum where participants can meet and socialize
•    Those who actively participate receive a certificate of active participation for the workshop
•    24 hour/7 days a week access to the password protected site
•    Participants belong to a small community for conversation and faith sharing by a facilitator
•    Access to the workshop or course site at least one week before and one week after the course
•    An orientation in how to navigate the web site is always available

Week 1:  A Sacramental People 1: A Sacramental View of Life, Baptism, Confirmation, and Marriage
Week 2:  A Sacramental People 2:  Penance, Anointing of the Sick, Christian Funerals

Additional Materials Needed
No additional materials needed.  You can read or print the pdf format of of C21 ResourcesClick here to access the issue.  A hard copy may be available.   Contact and ask for the Spring 2012 issue entitled “Catholics: A Sacramental People.”

Time Commitment
A participant can expect to spend an average of 4-5 hours each week.  This commitment includes both preparation and interaction online.

Fee: $25

Content Scholars:
  Various authors selected by the editor, Professor John Baldovin, S.J.