A very positive review. "`Making Disciples' focuses on the preparation of candidates for baptism, both new Christians and returning members as well as infant candidates. It assumes a serious, congregation-based catechetical process (evangelism, catechumenate, candidacy, mystagogy) and provides a detailed model for the development of such a process. In addition, the book includes rites that may be photocopied for use in the liturgy itself. Such rites include `Accepting a Catechumen', `Handing on the Lord's Prayer', `Handing on the Creed' among others. Best of all, it places all these practical `helps' in the context of careful and learned theological writing". "In the ten years since `Making Disciples' was published there has not been another book written in Canada that touches so thoughtfully and yet practically on the crucial issue of baptismal preparation and baptismal celebration".