Archived Session Materials

This section contains weekly sessions for each of the liturgical cycles and solemnities, as well as thematic sessions.

Cycle B Session Materials


ADVENT

- THE CHRISTMAS SEASON

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ORDINARY TIME: SUNDAYS 1-9

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LENT

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THE EASTER SEASON

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PENTECOST THROUGH CORPUS CHRISTI

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ORDINARY TIME: SUNDAYS 10-34




Thematic Sessions


  • Masculinity - The Real Jesus
  • Spiritual Basics
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Gifts and Calling
  • Discipleship
  • Prayer Life
  • True Self- False Self
  • Advent-Preparing for Christmas
  • Preparing for Lent
  • Preparing for Easter
  • Easter People
  • The Beatitudes
  • The Creeds
  • The Ten Commandments
  • Marriage
  • Fatherhood
  • Parenting Strong Willed Children
  • For Men Only
  • Men at Work
  • Financial Stress
  • Marketplace Employment
  • Attitude Adjustment
  • Accountability




Cycle C Session Materials


ADVENT

THE CHRISTMAS SEASON ORDINARY TIME: SUNDAYS 1-9 LENT THE EASTER SEASON PENTECOST THROUGH CORPUS CHRISTI ORDINARY TIME: SUNDAYS 10-34




Cycle A Session Materials


Advent

The Christmas Season Ordinary Time: Sundays 1-9 Lent The Easter Season Pentecost through Corpus Christi Ordinary Time: Sundays 10-34





We would like to extend our deep gratitude to the following Publishers for their generosity. Without the support of these publishers and authors, this archive would not have been possible.

 

Liturgical Press for permission to reprint sections of: The Spiritual Wisdom of The Gospels, For Christian Preachers and Teachers, by John Shea. This four-volume set is a seminal work connecting Gospel commentaries and the author’s personal reflections with a spiritual wisdom approach. This set belongs in everyone’s personal library and can be purchased here.  

Paulist Press for permission to reprint selections from Breaking Open the Lectionary, Cycles A, B and C. This three volume set by Margaret Nutting Ralph was developed for RCIA, Bible Study and Faith Sharing groups and is essential reading for those wanting understand the Catholic approach to scripture exegesis. These books can be purchased here

Celebration Publications for permission to use their wonderful scripture commentaries and reflections. Please review their on-line resources for further study and reflection: http://celebrationpublications.org

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