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  • Light of Easter and the Holy Spirit's Gifts

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

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  • Editor's Note

    by Robyn Lee

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  • One Last Thought

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

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  • Keep up your good work!

    by Rosanne Coffey

    Coffey Break April 2013 Keep up yourgood work! Soon your classes for this year will be ending, and I invite you torefect back on your time as a catechist. Think of the lessons you’vetaught, and how your group has grown as a unique community.… read more

  • Principled ministry: be comfortable with conflict

    by Carroll Juliano, SHCJ and Loughlan Sofield, ST

    If your actions inspire others to dream more, to learn more, to do more and to be more than they are, then you are a leader. —John Quincy Adams Effective leadership is similar to being a good chef. You have to know the right amounts of spices … read more

  • Where’s My Applause?

    by Colleen Duggan

    In August, I volunteered to teach sixth graders for our parish religious education program.  I was encouraged to do something apostolic by my spiritual director, Father Steve, and since I'm always perfectly docile and obedient (ahem), I complied… read more

  • Bishops' Guidelines

    by Janaan Manternach

    The tools (students' religion texts and teacher manuals) have been fashioned with the following criteria in mind: 1. Authentic: in harmony with Catholic tradition and magisterium or Church authority2. Complete: gradual, balanced presentation of interrelated … read more

  • Summer reading suggestions for catechists

    by Rosanne Coffey

    Summer is a great time to feed your soul. Below are some excellent spirituality books to nourish and savor now that your classes are over. You can treasure one reflection, letter, chapter, or segment no matter how much or how little time you have to … read more

  • Let’s share our joys in being a catechist

    by Rosanne Coffey

    This summer, refresh your catechetical spirit by reflecting on the following joys of being a catechist. We’re answering a need in our parish. A call for catechists was in the bulletin for three Sundays in a row and still more volunteers were … read more

  • Thank you for all your hard work!

    by RTJ's Creative Catechist Staff

    This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week and all of us here at RTJ’s Creative Catechist want to thank you for all your hard work. You have spent the past year shaping the faith of those you teach and this is no easy task. It takes time and great … read more

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