CHANGE IT UP: Over 150 Ideas
In her decades of catechetical experience, Lee Danesco has learned the importance of routine, but she also knows how important it is to use easy ways to keep our catechetical efforts effective.
From taking attendance, to the opening prayer, to keeping the children fully involved, Danesco will help you identify the approaches that could benefit from some freshening up, and she shows how simple changes can make a big difference to you and your students.
2017 112 pages R210.00
THE LIVING WORD™: Leading RCIA Dismissals, Year B
Leisa Anslinger, Mary A. Ehle, Victoria M. Tufano
This resource provides initiation ministers with the pastoral tools needed to lead dismissal sessions with adults preparing for Baptism.
Through reflection and discussion, each dismissal session guide helps to develop the catechumen’s relationship with Christ, self, and neighbour by internalizing the Word, concentrating their prayer around the Scriptures, and becoming familiar with the teachings of the Church.
2017 352 pages R565.00
A resource to help young people look at issues, examine the evidence and, with the help of the Bible, gain a better understanding of what’s involved and hopefully to draw their own conclusions about the following Big Questions:
Does God exist? Is creation random or is there a hint of design? Is climate change for real? Why do we have the rich and the poor? Why is there suffering in the world? Is there life after death? Who was Jesus? What is the purpose of questioning?
2017 92 pages R249.50
THE CATECHIST’S FORMATION WORKBOOK
Editors: Leisa Anslinger, Dan Schutte
This workbook is the perfect guide. Here you’ll find teaching and organization methods for any class setting or grade level. You’ll get an understanding of how faith can develop among your learners, and how you can best share your faith using the skills, knowledge, and experience you already have. Each of these ten easy sessions provides time for reflection and prayer as you learn:
Strategies for planning and preparing your sessions. How to use Scripture and the liturgy as teaching tools. How to build a community of love by nurturing classroom respect, order, and affirmation. How to ask the right questions to get students talking. The role of technology in the classroom and how you can make your sessions visually active, dynamic and creative. And much more