As promised, the recording of the Practice Makes Catholic Webinar is now available for those of you (including me!) who missed it live. Remember, the voice you hear throughout the webinar is that of my colleague Jim Moran who bravely filled in for me as I was away at my Mother-in-law’s funeral. Thanks again Jim. […]
I was delighted to receive the print out of comments and questions that participants sent in during last week’s Practice Makes Catholic Webinar. It was especially nice to see how much you enjoyed simply sharing ideas with one another. So, as you peruse the following, know that there are more comments than there are questions for […]
Thanks for participating in tonight’s webinar! Here’s the PDF I promised with numerous links to resources that can help you to make your religion class more Catholic! Practice Makes Catholic Webinar resource list
My Practice Makes Catholic Webinar is less than a week away! If you can participate live, hurry and register. If not, a recording will be made available here on my blog within a week or so of the live broadcast!
Facilitator: Joe Paprocki, DMin Brought to you by Loyola Press, A Jesuit Ministry Wednesday, May 11, 20117:00 – 8:00 p.m. (CST) [Find out what time this is for you.] Catholicism is a unique way of seeing. As catechists and religion teachers, we impart this way of seeing to others. The Catholic vision is characterized by […]