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Catechist Formation

2021-2022 Sunday Missal for Young Catholics

2021-2022 Sunday Missal for Young Catholics

The 2021-2022 Living with Christ Sunday Missal for Young Catholics is the resource that helps children grow in faith and participate in the Mass.

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Catechist Handbook and Planning Guide 2020-2021

Catechist Handbook and Planning Guide 2020-2021

NOW 20% OFF Prepare for your mission each week with this easy-to-use organizational tool and reference guide for catechists and religion teachers. Your 2020-2021 Planner Handbook will celebrate “Sacraments: The Faith Celebrated”.

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Children Celebrate/Youth Missal At Home Liturgy Pack

Children Celebrate/Youth Missal At Home Liturgy Pack

Every week Children Celebrate! full-color leaflets retell the Scripture message in a way that's meaningful for children, then provide involving puzzles and pencil activities to add to the experience.

 

The Year of Our Lord 2020-2021 — A Liturgical Calendar from Catechist

The Year of Our Lord 2020-2021 — A Liturgical Calendar from Catechist

A Liturgical Calendar for Classroom and Home

This liturgical classroom calendar (16" x 22") is in English on one side and Spanish on the other and comes with a complete guide − also in English and Spanish.

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2021-2022 Living with Christ Sunday Missal

2021-2022 Living with Christ Sunday Missal

The 2021-2022 Living with Christ Sunday Missal is the resource that helps Catholics prepare for and celebrate the Eucharist every Sunday and Holy Day of Obligation of the year.

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2021-2022 Prayer Journal

2021-2022 Prayer Journal

The 2021-2022 Prayer Journal is filled with powerful reflections for each Sunday and feast day, short ‘starter’ meditations to help connect the Sunday readings to your spiritual life.

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Abiding in Prayer

Abiding in Prayer

Inspiration and Professional Growth

Re-energize and inspire deeper and more profound prayer for you and for those you teach.

 

Breaking Open the Scriptures

Breaking Open the Scriptures

Breaking open Scripture, the word of God, is the foundation of every catechist’s vocation. Topics include defining the Word of God, the role of Mary, studying and interpreting Scripture, interreligious dialogue, and applying Scripture to everyday life. 64 pages.

 

Celebrating the Sacraments

Celebrating the Sacraments

In this book we explore our understanding of the sacraments and reaffirm the significance of the sacraments in our lives and in the communities in which we worship and minister. The seven chapters provide a springboard for incorporating insights from the book into classrooms in practical ways. Since the sacraments are so central to our lives as Catholics, there is no way we can “over teach” them. The list of contributors is a who’s who of the finest of sacramental theologians. 64 pages.

 

Communicating the Faith

Communicating the Faith

This helpful booklet offers the wisdom and expertise of leading catechetical experts to stimulate and enrich your ability to make the faith come alive for those you teach. Topics include methodology and pedagogy, the role of human experience and discipleship, the Christian community, commitment and apprenticeship, among others. 64 pages.

 

Discovering Discipleship

Discovering Discipleship

Inspiration and Professional Growth

Noted authors discuss the lifetime journey of faith, crises of faith, Scripture, spirituality, discipleship in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Mary as the first disciple, and much more.

 

Engaging the “Parking Lot Parent”

Engaging the “Parking Lot Parent”

10 Sessions on Developing and Thriving as a Catechist

You’ve volunteered to be a catechist! If you’re wondering what to do next, this workbook is the perfect guide. Here you’ll find teaching and organization methods for any class setting or grade level. You’ll get an understanding of how faith can develop among your learners, and how you can best share your faith using the skills, knowledge, and experience you already have.