My next Webinar – Leading Prayer as a Catechist – is one week from today! Here’s the scoop:
Leading Prayer as a Catechist
Facilitator: Joe Paprocki, DMin
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (CST)
Becoming a catechist is exciting and, let’s face it, somewhat intimidating! New catechists are eager to learn some basic teaching skills to help them gain confidence as they begin their service in this vocation. This Webinar will provide catechists, both those who are new and those who’d like to refresh their skills, with an introduction to leading prayer to effectively engage young people in faith formation.
Some of the topics covered in this Webinar include:
- The essence of prayer
- Leading spontaneous prayer
- Leading liturgical prayer
- Leading reflective prayer
- Helpful prayer resources
This free Webinar is led by Joe Paprocki, a fourth-grade catechist in the Archdiocese of Chicago with over 30 years of experience in pastoral ministry. Joe, national consultant for faith formation at Loyola Press, is the author of numerous books, including the best-selling The Catechist’s Toolbox and A Well-Built Faith, and the host of the blog Catechist’s Journey.
I tried clicking on the link to register for the webinar: Leading Prayer as a Catechist and it gives me this error message:
Invalid input or system error. Please try again or contact your site administrator. My system administrator is not sure what this message means.
Can you help? Thank you!
Ellie, go directly to the Loyola Press Website (www.loyolapress.com) and click on the Webinar registration from there. If you’re still having trouble, let me know.
Will this presentation be archived so I can view it again at a later date or share it with friends?
Andrea, yes indeed, a recording will be available on my blog within a few days of the live broadcast, so stay tuned!
Thank you for having this blog. I will certainly be staying tuned for this and will be looking forward to it! I’m here in Singapore and there’s this time difference so it’s difficult to “catch you live.”
Thank you once again for sharing what you do. Your sessions have inspired me in my teaching ministries. Blessings Joe!!!
Ginnie, thanks so much for your comment. I hope you will share with us some of your experiences of being a catechist in Singapore!