There is nothing more fulfilling than watching as a difficult concept clicks into place in the mind of a student. I can’t say that it happens that often (or at least it’s normally well hidden from me), but when you … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Catechism
Catechesis and Christian Service: Best Friends or Unhappy Neighbors?
I remember back when I was in college, one of my professors shared a joke with our class that ended up being very sad, but true. I don’t remember the content of the joke, but the point was this: there … Continue reading
Evangelization, Catechesis, and the Family
A few weeks back, I posted a blog about catechesis throughout the Church’s history, which posed the question of why religious education programs have largely failed our children over the past few decades. The answer, as it was posited at … Continue reading