Item description for What Do I Do Now? A Guide for the Reluctant Catechist (Catechist Formation) by Dan Pierson & Susan Stark...
Overview Here's a lighthearted but very serious companion for those catechists who feel that same reluctant tug the disciples felt when they were sent out, two by two, to spread the Good News of God's Kingdom. What Do I Do Now? is filled with simple and clear advice for catechists: answer to pressing questions, short reflections to build confidence in handing on the Catholic Faith, and oodles of resources to help catechists in their own formation. Contents are organized in five "Connections"- * The Catechist Connection * The Catechist-Lesson Connection * The Catechist-Student Connection * The Catechist-Home Connection * The Catechist-Parish Connection Additional features include suggested readings, Internet links, "Quick Hits" - short answers to nagging questions - and an annotated bibliography. The book also gives a brief overview of the new National Directory for Catechesis. No catechist, reluctant or otherwise, should be without What Do I Do Now?
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Studio: Pflaum Publishing Group
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.28" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2005
Publisher Pflaum Publishing Grup
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Creative Catechist
ISBN 1933178221 ISBN13 9781933178226
Reviews - What do customers think about What Do I Do Now? A Guide for the Reluctant Catechist (Catechist Formation)?
Very Helpful Jan 25, 2006
I was a "reluctant catechist" who felt the need to serve my parish but was intimidated by the responsibility of teaching a group of kids the Catholic faith. I was also intimdated because I have no teaching experience. This book has helped me understand how to teach my lessons and help the children learn more from the lessons. It was also a quick read, so I was able to take just a little time but I learned so much. It was very helpful and I liked the short reflections.