Tag: catechesis

Glazed eyes. Slouching. Daydreaming. Lack of responsiveness. Sound familiar? Let’s hope not, because these are signs of a catechetical coma! In today’s educational landscape learners have the ability and need to become collaborative…

Read More 4 Steps to a Catechetical Coma

General Interest

For years I’ve heard of blogs and even read a few from time to time. Many were informative (usually about something I wasn’t passionate about), but seemed to be expressive outlets for…

Read More How I Created a Blog, and Why!

General Interest

Digital Catechesis General Interest

General Interest

The whole world seems to be going digital, so should faith formation? An exploration the virtual world of education provides many examples of how technology can be used for the digital catechesis of our…

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Digital Catechesis

According to the Catholic Church… Families are domestic churches, the smallest Christian communities, whose daily practices are acts of Christian discipleship. “Parents should, by word and example, be the first…

Read More Getting Parents Involved

Faith at Home

A recent area of interest is that of the Liturgical Year and how to incorporate it within the realm of catechesis. Interestingly, the process should happen the other way around!…

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Church Year