The Art of Catechesis: What You Need to Be, Know and Do
Paulist Press, 1998 - 230 páginas
Well-known religious educator Maureen Gallagher shows catechists how to become artists in helping others grow in faith. She reveals how to best use the many various tools and methods available, including the experiences of the participants, to open the door to the Church's rich heritage. Practical, concrete suggestions are included throughout, yet this is primarily a book about discovering or rediscovering the catechetical process.
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Making Scripture Work for You
Exploring the Gospels
Story and Imagination
Prayer and Ritual
Sacraments as Symbolic Actions
Celebration of the Eucharist
Living the Christian Life
Catechesis and Pastoral Issues
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