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O my God, You have surpassed all my expectations.-St Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face
Who teaches the soul if not God? -- Saint John of the Cross
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Blessed are the meek,
for they will inherit the earth.-- Matthew 5.5
Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.-- Matthew 5.10
Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. -- Matthew 5.4
Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. -- Matthew 5.3
Heaven and earth will pass away,
but my words will not pass away.
But the wise shall shine brightly
like the splendor of the firmament...
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§ May We Invoke The Saints? By Elizabeth A. Johnson, Theology Today - Vol 44, No.1 - April 1987
§ Sung Prayer by David Haas, Ministry & Liturgy, October 2009
§ How would you explain the meaning of catechesis to a new catechist? by Sherry Scott, Sacramental Coordinator, St.Thomas of Canterbury, Diocese of San Jose, Catechetical Ministry Blog, October 8, 2009
§ Year for Priests by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted - This document contains an article published in four part in The Catholic Sun (Diocese of Phoenix) in August and September, 2009
§ Youth Ministry in an Inconvenient Church by Michael Warren, professor of catechesis and practical theology at St. John’s University in Jamaica.
"As I hope to make clear: When the local church is a living sign of the good news, then its ministry to youth is likewise a living sign, flowing out of what the church is living."
§ Forming Young Disciples – Opportunities for Adolescent Catechesis by Tom East, Center for Ministry Development (afiliated with the Archdiocese of Hartford, Connecticut)
"How do we form a living faith within adolescents that will empower young disciples to know and live the faith today?"
§ Rethinking Catechetical Ministries: The “Future Work” of 60 C.E. by Michael P. Horan, Ph.D, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California
"Through this essay I offer a proposal for retelling the “story” of the modern catechetical movement in Catholicism (since the Second Vatican Council)."
§ How do we "pass on the faith?" Fr Daniel Donavan, Catholica.com.au
"We educate to some extent by what we say,
Even more by what we do,
And even more than that, by whom we are.
But we educate most of all by what we love.
That goes on after we die"
§ We Thank You Always by Mary McEntee McGill
Liturgical celebration for Thanksgiving.
§ Catholic Schools—I’d Choose Them Again by Elizabeth Bookser Barkley, Catholic Update ©2009, American Catholic
§ Key Themes of Charity in Truth by Kenneth R. Overberg, S.J., Catholic Update ©2009, American Catholic
§ God’s Athlete: St. Damien of Molokai lived his calling in a very physical, sacramental way,by J. Peter Nixon, The Word Among Us, October 2009
Articles in the October/November 2009 edition of the CATECHIST Magazine - Online edition:
§ Craft Clip: Old Crayons by Jeanne Heiberg
Craft Clip gives you ideas for using ordinary household items in crafts and other activities with your students.
§ Setting the Table for Thanksgiving by Sheila Kearney
I spend the last class before Thanksgiving talking about gratitude and focusing on God's great goodness.
§ Celebrating Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini: Life of Service by Patricia Mathson
Frances Cabrini cared about children and all people.
§ The Word of God: Ecumenical, Inter-religious, and Cultural Dialogue by Angela Ann Zukowski, MHSH, D.Min.
§ Advice from Master Catechists—November/December 2009 by Sr. Janet Schaeffler, OP, Kate Ristow, Chris Weber, Dan Thomas
Q: What can be done about a student who does not return activity sheets? Q: How can I educate myself about Scripture?