Catechist Formation

Practicing the Beatitudes

Practicing the Beatitudes

Inspiration and Professional Growth

There is perhaps no finer guide in Scripture about how we are called to live as people of God than the Beatitudes.

 

The Role of the Catechist

The Role of the Catechist

NEW One of the first questions any new catechist asks is, “What’s my role?” In 2005 the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops published the National Directory for Catecheses to help answer that question by outlining six important tasks for the catechists. So in this helpful book about the catechist’s role, the chapters highlight those tasks. The reader is encouraged to reflect on each task and to dialogue with other catechists about the contents of the book. Each chapter is written by a leader or practitioner in the catechetical field who is or has been engaged in catechist formation.

 

The Vocation of the Catechist

The Vocation of the Catechist

From learning what a catechist is expected to do, through how to keep students engaged and enthusiastic, from deepening one’s own faith to imparting a sense of mission to those you teach, there is a wealth of information here that every catechist will find invaluable. There is also a handy glossary of useful terms. 64 pages.

 

2020-2021 Living with Christ Sunday Missal

2020-2021 Living with Christ Sunday Missal

The 2020-2021 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.

Note: Dated materials are not returnable.

 

Catechetical Crafts for the Liturgical Year

Catechetical Crafts for the Liturgical Year
Enhance your catechetical lessons with beautiful imagery of the Church's liturgical seasons by having your students create these delightful, age-appropriate crafts! Arranged by month and liturgical season to help you plan, each craft includes an objective, prayer, list of simple supplies, and detailed instructions. 
 

Our Catholic Family

Our Catholic Family

Activities, Conversations and Prayer for Sharing Faith at Home

Every catechist and DRE knows just how important and necessary it is for faith formation to extend into the home and to become part of Catholic family life. This attractive new book can be a powerful help for families to share in faith-filled conversation, to engage in enjoyable religious activities, and to pray together. 

 

Living Faith Kids: Heroes of the New Testament (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Heroes of the New Testament (Booklet)

God has a heroic life planned for you. So get started learning how to live it by reading about other heroes—the people who followed Jesus. Here you can read about brave adventures, uncertain heroes and much more. Plus there are stickers, puzzles and games to keep the adventures going.