Take, Eat and Drink:
Drawing Deeper Faith
through Understanding the Mass
The complete set of 17 short videos covering the entire Mass!
All included in this playlist:
Testimonial: “Wow … have already seen the DVD twice in a few hours. It’s just too good giving me a really deeper insight in understanding the Mass, the words and actions. God bless you for such a DVD.” ~ Joan
Take, Eat and Drink is a set of 17 short segments (three to five minutes). Each video ends with a question for personal reflection or group discussion. It appeals to all generations: youth, young adults, and older folks, from traditional Catholics to spiritual explorers who aren’t sure they want to show up at Mass. It’s designed for those who want to deepen their faith by understanding the Mass better and for catechists to use in classrooms.
Help yourself, or your parishioners and catechists, or your teens gain a new, deeper appreciation of the Mass and a more lively relationship with Christ! Use it to explain the Mass in a way that evangelizes and builds interest in full participation in the liturgy.
Features Msgr. Rick Hilgartner, who at the time was Executive Director of the Secretariat of Divine Worship at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Father Gary Dowsey of the “Hey Father Gary!” show on SpiritFM Catholic Radio, and Father John Gerth of “Ask Fr. J” fame on Lifeteen.com.
Would catechists want to order digital downloads that come with hand-outs?
We need your input. Please respond to the info below.
In 2011, Good News Ministries produced a DVD to help prepare parishes for the changes in the New Roman Missal. Although the Church has finished transitioning to the new Mass, the content of the DVD is too good to throw away. We’ve been updating it and repackaging it for those who want to deepen their faith by understanding the Mass better and for catechists to use in adult and youth faith formation classes, complete with hand-outs. Perfect for RCIA!
We only have one DVD left, and we will not be making new copies. The original version explains what the changes in the Mass were going to be. The new version is updated for present times.
QUESTION: We need your opinion! Should we make it a priority to make this series available as downloads for catechists, and should we include handouts for class discussions? Please contact Executive Director Terry Modica with your answer to this question. Thank you!