To help celebrate the 5th anniversary of my blog, The Catechist’s Journey, I’ve invited a number of people to be guest bloggers here over the course of a week! Today, I am featuring Lisa Mladinich, a Catholic wife and mother, catechist and workshop leader, and the author of the popular booklets, “Be An Amazing Catechist: Inspire the Faith of Children,” and “Be an Amazing Catechist: Sacramental Preparation” available from Our Sunday Visitor. She is the founder […]
To help celebrate the 5th anniversary of my blog, The Catechist’s Journey, I’ve invited a number of people to be guest bloggers here over the course of a week! Today, I’m featuring Jared Dees, the creator of The Religion Teacher, where he shares practical resources, activities, lesson plans, and teaching strategies for catechists and Catholic school religion teachers. He is the Digital Publishing Specialist at Ave Maria Press, where he manages websites, eBooks, and eTextbooks. He […]
To help celebrate the 5th anniversary of my blog, The Catechist’s Journey, I’ve invited a number of people to be guest bloggers here over the next week! We start with one of the first people I “met” online when I began blogging, Gilles Côté, a Canadian living in Ottawa, who is the webmaster of 4CatholicEducators.com and of its sister site Resources for Catholic Educators. Gilles taught grades 7 through 12 for 23 years in Catholic […]
As I’m updating my speaking schedule for 2012, I thought I’d share some details with you about one conference in particular that is getting a lot of people excited. The Mid-Atlantic Congress for Pastoral Leadership in Baltimore, Maryland will take place from March 8–10, 2012 and will host clergy, pastoral life directors, principals of Catholic schools, DREs, faith formation personnel, and many other pastoral leaders. Join the conference and participate in workshops on adult catechesis, […]
In case you missed the free Webinar I conducted on April 27, it is now available as a recording. You can watch it at your convenience and perhaps get together with a few other catechists to watch it together and discuss as you go along, pausing the recording as you wish. You can download the pdfs of the Catechist’s Self-Evaluation as well. Enjoy!
As promised, here are the PDFs of the self-evaluation that we used in tonight’s Webinar. GROWING AS A CATECHIST Self Evaluation I encourage you to share this evaluation with another catechist, a group of catechists, or with your DRE. It’s always good for us to reflect on our experience to see how the Holy Spirit is calling us to grow in our ministry.
Don’t miss tonight’s FREE WEBINAR: Growing as a Catechist: A Self-Evaluation Based on 7 Critical Tools from The Catechist’s Toolbox For more information or to register, click here.
There’s still time to register for my FREE WEBINAR, “Growing as a Catechist: A Self-Evaluation Based on 7 Critical Tools from The Catechist’s Toolbox,” which will take place this coming Tuesday, April 27, 2010, 7:00 – 7:45 p.m. (CST) Have a great weekend!
Don’t forget to register for a free webinar I’ll be hosting in just a few short weeks: Growing as a Catechist
Facilitator: Joe Paprocki, DMin Brought to you by Loyola Press, A Jesuit Ministry Tuesday, April 27, 2010 7:00 – 7:45 p.m. (CST) [Find out what time this is for you.] At this time of the year, many catechists are coming to the end of their teaching schedules. This is a good time to pause and take stock—to engage in a self-evaluation in order to grow as a catechist. In this Webinar, Joe Paprocki invites catechists […]