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  • One Last Thought

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Dear Catechist, It is once again “the most wonderful time of the year”: people are looking for ways to help others, charity is abounding, and there is a well-deserved rest for both children and catechists… read more

  • Ask An Expert

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Ask an expert by Susan J. Kay Q. Christmas advertising begins in October. How do I make Advent meaningful to my students? Advent can seem only important as a “waiting room” for Christmas … read more

  • Editor's Note

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    The season of joy When I was a child, waking up on Christmas morning was always so magical. The Christmas lights twinkled, the packages under the tree were wrapped in bright, festive colors, and there was always … read more

  • One Last Thought

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Dear Catechist, October is an exciting month to teach. There are many great saints on the calendar to give us advice on how to be a better catechist. In particular, four stand out to help us in our quest… read more

  • Ask An Expert

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Heart of catechesis by Susan Kay Q. How should the new evangelization affect my teaching? The new evangelization echoes the words of Revelation 21:5—“See, I make all things new.” Catechists have an obligation… read more

  • Editor's Note

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    A love of God’s Word My freshman year in high school someone handed me a Bible and asked me to find the Gospels in the New Testament. I sat there with an unfamiliar book in my hand and glanced … read more

  • One Last Thought

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Dear Catechist, The school year has finally arrived, and excitement is in the air. There are probably millions of questions running through our minds: What will the kids like? Who is in my class? How… read more

  • Ask An Expert

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Echo Christ in your lessons by Susan Kay Q: After several years as a catechist, I find myself asking: Am I being effective? Should I continue? Blessed Mother Teresa said that God does not require us to… read more

  • Editor's Note

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Our tremendous mission I have been teaching confirmation preparation in my parish for many years, but at the beginning of every new year, I always feel like a scared tourist in Spain searching on my … read more

  • One Last Thought

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    Dear Catechist, The school year has finally arrived, and excitement is in the air. There are probably millions of questions running through our minds: What will the kids like? Who is in my class? How… read more

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