Mystagogical Reflection Resources
The Ongoing Professional Growth Series, Teach Like a Mystagogue presented by Mary Birmingham and Nick Wagner helped us to prepare, celebrate and make liturgy matter. An important skill of liturgical catechesis is the ability to lead a mystagagogical reflection process. Diana Macalintal wrote an article that explains the steps for mystagogical reflection. She entitled it, " Mystagogy My Mother Could Do." It has five easy steps to follow. She also created a chart that illustrates these steps. I encourage you to meet with your catechists and small group facilitators and train them in the mystagogical reflection process. Put the five steps on an index card as a handy reminder for them. Mystagogical reflection leads to conversion and renewal of the liturgy.
Posted on February 8, 2012 by scherbart