During last evening’s Webinar (for which a recording will be available soon right here on my blog), I asked catechists to choose one word that summarizes their year as a catechist. Here’s a sample of some of the words that came up most:
What ONE WORD would you choose?
Mmm, this is tough. I just taught my last class of the year on the endtimes in Revelations.
relief, humbling, move on 🙂
As DRE I had to fill in for a class I don’t normally teach so over all the year was a whirlwind
but the Freshmen were UPLIFTING (they fell in love with doing the examen at the end of every class)
and the middleschoolsers were a compromise (I felt like I didn’t do them justice because they were 1 week on 1 week off)
P.S. thanks for the list I may have my catechists look at this this evening at our debriefing meeting.
See you in Fairhaven
I have been teaching first grade CCD for 12 years and I can honestly say I’m still learning more about our Faith each and every day. 🙂
Challenging and growth – Every year there is the chance and space to teach better and grow deeper in Faith. I wouldn’t give up the chance to stay connected.