We’ve been putting in some work over at Reverb Culture. Weekly blog articles by fantastic writers. Lots of new designs.(I showed my wife this picture and she said “That’s in the catechism?” Mission accomplished.)
If I haven’t told you yet, Reverb Culture is an experiment in young adult community for Catholics. We’re big on praying with Scripture and the Catechism. And we love cocktails. And weird t-shirts.
This website and community, Reverb Culture, would not exist if the Catechism of the Catholic Church hadn’t changed my life. First my prayer life, then my life, then how I viewed discipleship and the future of the Church.
I’ve read twenty plus books from authors of the catechism and experts in the field. I’ve spent countless hours pouring through the catechism, studying it, and eventually began praying with it. I’ve also been using the catechism and this form of prayer with the catechism in discipleship, catechist training, youth minister training, small groups, young adult groups, and my own life for years.
So I’m finally putting it all down on paper. (Electronic e-book paper. E-paper.) We’re calling it Dual Wielding: A Guide to Praying with Scripture and the Catechism.
It will be a full e-book that will show you how to pray with Scripture and the Catechism like a boss, and how to navigate the catechism and not be intimidated by it.
It’s going to include printouts you can stick in your catechism, supplemental videos, cocktail recipes for making Reverb Culture official drinks, and a private community to pray for you and support you.
It will also include printable prayer guides like this one.
This is a 10 day guided prayer through Scripture and the Catechism. At the end of these reflections, you’ll have prayed with both Scripture and the Catechism’s exposition of the names of Jesus: Jesus, Christ, Son of God, and Lord. Its an exposition on the part of the Creed where we say “I believe in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord.”
I really wanted to share this guide with you. I’d love for you to pray with it and give me any feedback you might have. You can download this prayer guide, which will be included as one of many in the larger study guide, for free by entering your email over at Reverb Culture.
If you’re interested in the full guide package we’re making, Dual Wielding: Praying with Scripture and the Catechism, you can learn more about it and even pre-order a copy here.
Let me know what you think! If you like it, could you do me a favor? Can you think of a friend or a few friends who would really dig this and share it with them?
Thanks! Talk to you soon.