My RCIA Journey

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

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1. Midrash (Stories)

1.1. Adam & Eve

1.1.1. Cain killed Abel

1.1.2. Seth

1.2. Noah

1.2.1. Obedience

1.2.2. Ark

1.2.2.1. Flood

1.2.2.1.1. 40 days means long time

1.2.2.1.2. Water to clean world

1.3. Abram & Sarai

1.3.1. Isaac

1.4. Moses

1.4.1. Slavery out of Egypt

1.5. King David

1.5.1. Bathsheba

1.5.2. Nathan's enlightenment

1.5.3. Wise son King Solomon

2. Mass

2.1. No Gloria (ancient praise)

2.1.1. Lent

2.1.2. Advent

2.2. Weekday

2.2.1. Year

2.2.1.1. 1

2.2.1.1.1. 2011

2.2.1.2. 2

2.2.1.2.1. 2012

2.3. Homily

2.3.1. Related to reading

2.4. Weekend

2.4.1. Year

2.4.1.1. A

2.4.1.2. B

2.4.1.3. C

2.4.1.3.1. 2013

2.5. Intro

2.5.1. Liturgy of the Word

2.5.1.1. Conclusion

2.6. 1st Reading

2.6.1. Old Testament

2.7. 2nd Reading

2.7.1. New Testament

2.8. Incense

2.8.1. Santify

2.9. Sermon

2.9.1. Not related

2.10. Posture

2.10.1. Sit

2.10.2. Kneel

2.10.2.1. Proskynein

2.10.2.1.1. Strength

2.10.2.1.2. Knee

2.10.2.1.3. Hebrew

2.10.3. Stand

2.10.4. Priest

2.10.4.1. Oranz

2.10.4.2. Prostration

2.10.4.2.1. Good Friday

3. God's Word

3.1. Bible

3.1.1. Library of books

3.1.1.1. Old testaments

3.1.1.1.1. 46

3.1.1.2. New testaments

3.1.1.2.1. 27

3.1.1.3. 4 Gospels

3.1.1.4. Selection criteria

3.1.1.4.1. Authorship

3.1.1.4.2. Prayer & worship

3.1.1.4.3. Teachings

3.1.2. 1600yrs

3.1.2.1. Life

3.1.2.1.1. Oral

3.1.3. 40 authors

3.1.3.1. Inspired to write

3.1.3.1.1. Needs

3.1.3.1.2. History

3.1.3.1.3. Experience

3.1.3.2. Content inspired by God

3.1.4. Progression

3.1.4.1. Old testaments

3.1.4.1.1. Hebrew bible

3.1.4.2. New testaments

3.1.4.2.1. Greek

3.1.4.3. Latin Vulgate

3.1.4.3.1. Chapters

3.1.4.4. Septuagint (70 scholars)

3.1.4.5. Revised Standard Version

3.1.4.5.1. New International Version

3.1.5. Read in its context

3.1.5.1. Where

3.1.5.1.1. Place it happens

3.1.5.2. How

3.1.5.2.1. Actions by God

3.1.5.3. Who

3.1.5.3.1. The people

3.1.5.4. When

3.1.5.4.1. Time

3.1.5.5. What

3.1.5.5.1. The teaching

3.1.5.5.2. History/Experience/Faith/Sacred/Communication/Life Book

3.1.5.5.3. Has a single theme

3.1.5.5.4. Book about God

3.1.5.6. Why

3.1.5.6.1. Reason

3.1.5.7. Aspects

3.1.5.7.1. Theological

3.1.5.7.2. Social

3.1.5.7.3. Political

3.1.5.7.4. Historical

3.1.6. God became man

3.1.6.1. Bring man back to God

3.1.7. 1st 11 chapters

3.2. Traditions

3.3. Gospel Sharing

3.3.1. Encounter Christ

3.3.2. Word/phrase strikes

3.3.3. Use I not We(not preaching)

4. Faith

4.1. Faith seeks understanding

4.2. Why we believe

4.2.1. Messengers

4.2.2. Relevations

4.2.3. Truth

4.3. Grow Faith

4.3.1. Deepen

4.3.2. Mature

4.3.3. Clarity

4.3.4. Widens horizons

4.4. Question Faith

4.4.1. What is true & do what is right

4.5. Learning

4.5.1. Experience

4.5.2. Reasoning

4.5.3. Testimony

4.6. 3 Dimensional Faith

4.6.1. Mind

4.6.2. Heart

4.6.3. Soul

5. Jesus Christ

5.1. Revelation

5.1.1. Public

5.1.2. Private

5.2. See to believe

5.2.1. Through miracles

5.2.2. Through teachings

5.2.3. Through his death

5.2.4. Body of Christ (Church)

5.2.5. In Eucharist (Blessed sacrament)

5.2.6. Through Word of God (Bible)

5.3. Exegesis

5.3.1. What Bible trying to tell us

5.4. Eisegesis

5.4.1. Read & put own meaning

5.5. 7 Signs

5.5.1. Water into wine

5.5.2. Healing of Official's son

5.5.3. Cure of para

5.5.4. Feed 5000

5.5.5. Walk on water

5.5.6. Cure man born blind

5.5.7. Resurrection

5.6. Power

5.6.1. Over nature

5.6.2. Over diseases

5.6.3. Over death

5.6.4. Over devil

5.7. Plan

5.7.1. Joseph engage Mary

5.7.2. Rise from dead

5.7.3. Way of life won God's favor

5.7.4. 3 Persia magi followed stars

5.7.5. Herald killed 2yrs & below

5.7.5.1. Holy Innocences

5.7.6. Take up your cross

5.7.7. Redemptive element

5.7.8. Parables (illustrations)

5.7.8.1. Lost sheep

5.7.8.2. Lost coin

5.7.8.3. Lost son

5.7.8.4. Style of teaching

5.7.8.5. Easier to remember/apply

5.7.8.6. Enduring - test of time

5.7.8.7. Basic principles

5.7.8.8. Addresses in a indirect way

5.7.8.9. Time release effect

5.7.9. Last supper

5.7.9.1. Priesthood

5.7.9.2. Eucharist

5.7.9.2.1. Doctrine

5.7.9.2.2. Practice

5.7.9.2.3. Tabernacle

5.7.9.2.4. Fast 1 hour before communion

5.8. Background

5.8.1. Son of Joseph & Mary

5.8.2. Names

5.8.2.1. Greek

5.8.2.1.1. Ye Shua

5.8.2.1.2. Christos

5.8.2.2. English

5.8.2.2.1. Joshua

5.8.2.2.2. Christ

5.8.2.3. Hebrew

5.8.2.3.1. Jesous

5.8.2.3.2. Messiah

5.8.3. Christmas

5.8.3.1. Christe

5.8.3.2. Missae

5.8.3.3. Mass of Christ

5.8.4. I Am

5.8.4.1. Bread of Life

5.8.4.2. Light of the World

5.8.4.3. Good Shepherd

5.8.4.4. Way, Truth & Life

5.8.4.5. True vine

5.8.4.6. Gate

5.8.4.7. Resurrection and the life

5.8.5. Friends

5.8.5.1. 5000 men

5.8.5.2. Evangelists

5.8.5.2.1. Matthew

5.8.5.2.2. Mark

5.8.5.2.3. Luke

5.8.5.2.4. John

5.8.5.3. 12 apostles

5.8.5.4. 72 disciples

5.8.6. Preannounce

5.8.7. Carpenter

6. Liturgical Calendar

6.1. Holy Week

6.1.1. Liturgy

6.1.1.1. Official way to worship God

6.1.2. Prayer

6.1.2.1. God

6.1.3. Mass

6.1.3.1. Eucharist

6.1.4. Palm Sunday

6.1.5. Maundy/Holy Thursday

6.1.6. Good Friday

6.1.7. Holy Saturday (Great Vigil)

6.1.8. Hosanna

6.1.8.1. Save us

6.2. Advent

6.3. Lent

6.3.1. Spring time

6.3.2. Season of joy

6.4. Sunday

6.4.1. Day of the Son

6.4.2. First

6.5. Saturday

6.5.1. Last

6.5.2. Sabbath

6.6. Solemnities

6.6.1. Christmas

6.6.2. Easter

6.6.3. Feast

6.6.4. Memorial

6.6.5. Optional Memorial

6.7. Color

6.7.1. Red

6.7.2. White

6.7.2.1. Christmas

6.7.2.1.1. 25 Dec

6.7.3. Pink

6.7.4. Green

6.7.4.1. Ordinary Times

6.7.5. Purple

6.7.5.1. Advent

6.7.5.1.1. 4 weeks

6.8. Ascension of Jesus

6.9. Assumption of Mary

6.9.1. 15 Aug

6.10. All Saints Day

6.10.1. 1 Nov

7. Recollection

7.1. Heart yearns God

7.1.1. Life map

7.1.1.1. Truth

7.1.1.2. Life

7.1.1.2.1. Unchangeable

7.1.1.2.2. Purpose

7.1.1.2.3. Classes

7.1.1.3. Peace / fulfillment

7.1.1.4. Passion

7.2. Encountering Christ

7.2.1. Seek his will

7.2.2. Faithful believer, witness

7.2.3. Whoever in Christ

7.2.3.1. New Creation

7.2.4. Working in ordinary to become extra ordinary

7.2.5. Renounce, take & follow

7.3. Nurture

7.3.1. Faith

7.3.2. Prayer life

7.3.3. Strengthen soul

7.3.4. Gospel 1st Reading daily

7.3.4.1. Think, read & live the Gospel

7.3.5. Ministry

7.3.5.1. Base on timing, ability & talent

7.3.6. Love people, take things for granted

7.4. Come in union

7.4.1. Long, yearn for last supper

8. Sacrament

8.1. Permanent

8.2. Binding

8.3. Celibacy

8.4. Obedience

8.5. Poverty

8.6. Marriage

8.6.1. Instituted by God

8.6.2. Fulfillment

8.6.3. Indissoluble

8.6.4. Lifetime

8.6.5. 1 man 1 woman

8.6.6. Free choice

8.6.7. Non believers

8.6.7.1. Natural bond

9. Commandments

9.1. Implicit Christians

9.2. New Command

9.2.1. Love

9.2.1.1. God

9.2.1.2. Man

9.3. 1 - 3

9.3.1. Attitude

9.3.2. Duty

9.4. 4 - 10

9.4.1. Relationship (man)

9.4.2. Duty

9.5. Free, empowers you

9.5.1. Life to the fullest

9.6. God becomes man

9.7. Respect God

9.7.1. To believe

9.7.2. Workship God

9.7.3. Trust

9.8. Sins

9.8.1. Love (compassion)

9.8.1.1. Blasphemy

9.8.1.2. Curse

9.8.1.3. Swear

9.8.1.4. Breaking vow

9.8.1.5. Respect God's day

9.8.2. Faith

9.8.2.1. Failure to get necessary religious truth

9.8.2.2. Reading dangerous book

9.8.2.3. Seance (spirits)

9.8.2.4. Worship things, objects

9.8.2.5. Recognise Pope

9.8.2.6. Failure to profess

9.8.2.7. Doubt

9.8.2.8. Deny

9.8.3. Start with decision (mind)

9.8.3.1. Good

9.8.3.2. Evil

9.8.4. Hope (God's mercy)

9.8.4.1. Despair

9.8.4.2. Presumption

9.8.5. Original Sin

9.8.6. Mortal

9.8.6.1. Grevious

9.8.7. Venial

9.8.7.1. Common

9.8.8. Sacrilege

9.8.8.1. More serious

9.8.9. Obligation / priviledge

9.8.9.1. Work only for common good

9.8.10. Honor Father & Mother

10. Baptism

10.1. Love

10.1.1. Gift to love Mum

10.1.2. Decision to love

10.1.2.1. Affect child

10.1.2.1.1. Environment

10.1.2.1.2. Tranmission of Faith

10.1.2.1.3. Prayers before meal

10.2. Reasons

10.2.1. Tradition

10.2.2. Part of Church

10.2.3. Family celebration

10.3. Godparents

10.3.1. Symbol of Church's concern

10.3.2. Help parents

10.3.3. Characters

10.3.3.1. Practising Catholic

10.3.3.2. Guidance

10.3.3.3. Keep up child's welfare

10.4. Symbol and sign

10.4.1. Water

10.4.1.1. Cleansing from sin

10.4.1.2. Symbol of Life

10.4.2. Cross

10.4.2.1. Mark of Christ

10.4.3. Oils

10.4.3.1. Strengthen

10.4.3.2. Sealing of Holy Spirit

10.4.4. White garment

10.4.4.1. Innocence

10.4.4.2. New Life

10.4.5. Candles

10.4.5.1. Christ, light of the world

10.4.5.2. Flame of Faith

11. Hymns

11.1. O Mighty Cross

11.2. In the Cross of Christ I Glory

11.3. The Lord is my Shepherd

11.4. My Jesus My Saviour

11.5. In His Time

11.6. I Am The Bread of Life

11.7. Here I am Lord

11.8. There is none like You

11.9. Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

11.10. Oh God, You Search Me and You Know Me

11.11. Christ, Be Our Light

11.12. Give Thanks

11.13. The Servant Song

11.14. Seed, Scattered and Sown

11.15. Lord I Offer My Life to You

11.16. Still

11.17. Be not afraid

11.18. One Bread One Body

11.19. As The Deer

11.20. On Eagle's Wings

11.21. You Are Mine

11.22. O Holy Night

11.23. Hosea

11.24. Spirit Wings

11.25. Loving and Forgiving

11.26. The Summons

11.27. Because He lives I can face tomorrow

11.28. Table of Plenty

11.29. City of God