"The call to the ministry of the catechist is a vocation, an interior call, 
the voice of the Holy Spirit."
                                                                                                                      - NDC, #54.B.8

Catechist Formation and (Arch)Diocesan Keynotes
...such as:

  • Visionary Prophets of a Future Not our Own
  • Catechists:  God's Works of Art
  • Stewards of God's Gifts
  • Encountering the Living Christ
  • Prize-Winning Pointers and Practices for Priceless Participation
  • Catechizing for a Just World
  • Catechesis and Social Justice
  • Cloak the Earth with Prayer

  • Evangelization and Catechesis
  • The Vision of Vatican II
  • What is Prayer
  • The Spirituality of the Catechist

  • Leading Children and Youth to Service and Justice
  • Practical, Prayerful and Prize-Winning Ideas for Lent 
  • Called to Service: Why? How? What?
  • 216 Ways to Pray in 2016
  • Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary 
                  (Creative Catechetical Ideas)
  • Called to Be Open-Handed Prayers
  • Color the World with Prayer
  • Covenant Living: The Commandments and the Beatitudes
  • Catechesis and the Call of the Catechist
  • Catechesis in a Multi-Cultural World
  • Creative Methods to Foster Faith Growth
  • A Task of Catechesis: Liturgical Education
  • A Task of Catechesis: Teaching to Pray
  • Sacrament:  Sign and Symbol
  • Sacraments of Initiation
  • Sacraments of Healing
  • Sacraments at the Service of Communion
  • Living What We Have Been Given: The Gifts of the Holy Spirit
  • Living the Flavor of Life: The Fruits of the Holy Spirit

  • The Church:  the People of God
  • The Church at Prayer in the Liturgical Seasons
  • Liturgy and the Liturgical Year 
  • Introducing Children to the Paschal Mystery
  • Catechizing Parents through their Children's Sacraments
  • The Spirituality of our Children: Today's Pray-ers, Tomorrow's Prophets
  • Lenten Ideas for Catechists; Even More for Those They Teach
  • Called to Service: Why? What? How?
  • The Creed: Living and Sharing What We Believe
  • Busy Catechists: Whole, Holy and Hope-Filled 
  • A New Year: A Community in Mission
  • The Catechumenate as a Model for All Catechesis
  • Catechizing Parents through their Children's Sacraments
  • Dying and Rising: A Pastoral Perspective
  • Walking Together in Faith: Our Privilege as Catechists
  • Walking the Road to Emmaus (Retreat day)

  • Committed Catechists, Faithful Followers: Prayerful, Passionate,       Peace-filled 
  • Catholic Social Teaching: Understanding and Response 
  • With Incredible Gratitude, Hope and Passion: Sharing the Fire in our Hearts  (Retreat Day)
  • Whole and Holy:  Amid the Meetings, Bells and Chalkdust 
              (Catholic School Teachers)