When advertising, businesses will often boast about specific qualities that they possess as a way of distinguishing themselves from their competition. Thus, it is common to see words such as the following splashed all over their ads: bold, innovative, trustworthy, original, authentic, cutting-edge, high-quality, and user-friendly. In a similar way, the Catholic Church uses four words to describe its distinguishing features: one, holy, catholic, and apostolic. In this episode of Pop-Up Catechesis, we explore these four words (which we recite in the Nicene Creed), known as the “marks of the Church.”
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Question: How is Finding God significantly different than Christ Our Life series. And when will there be an upgrade/update on Christ Our Life. This series was chosen because it is content rich, therefore enabling our ‘uneducated’ catechists something solid to go on.
Hi Emily! While both programs are content-rich, Finding God is imbued with Ignatian spirituality and thus has a unique emphasis on prayer. Christ Our Life is currently in the process of a revision/new edition which will be available within the next year or so. For more details, contact your Educational Consultant: https://www.loyolapress.com/general/find-educational-consultant/