Item description for Catechist's Companion How to Be a Good Catechist (Catechists Companion) by Fr. Robert J. Hater...
Overview This new release in the popular Catechist's Companion series offers an inspiring biographical sketch of a real-life holy woman named Monica. Drawing examples form her ideals and practices, Father Hater presents ten essential actions for effective catechists.
Publishers Description Wanted: A person to fill the job of catechist in a Catholic parish. Qualifications: This person ? Must educate young people in Church teachings Recognize and be sensitive to family cultures Catechize with joy and energy Teach Scripture and basic Church teachings using solid catechetical methods Make instruction Eucharist-centered Care for those catechized Be able to respond catechetically to questions This list could go on and on. A catechist's job can be extremely fulfilling but no doubt challenging. But how can we help our catechists to be successful with the responsibility laid upon them? Catechist's Companion: How to Be a Good Catechist does just that Through an inspiring biographical sketch of a real-life holy woman named Monica, Father Hater draws examples and practices presenting ten essential actions for effective catechists.
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Studio: Our Sunday Visitor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.14" Width: 4.58" Height: 0.02" Weight: 0.06 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2006
Publisher Our Sunday Visitor
Series Catechists Companion
ISBN 1592761879 ISBN13 9781592761876
Availability 0 units.
More About Fr. Robert J. Hater
Fr. Robert Hater is a Cincinnati diocesan priest and the author of more than twenty-five books. He has studied, researched, and lectured on Catholic evangelization since the 1970s. He is a widely respected lecturer, having given keynote addresses and seminars in almost every state in the union, besides lecturing outside of the United States in the areas of spirituality, evangelization, catechesis, and ministry. He is professor emeritus at the University of Dayton and a professor of pastoral and systematic theology at the Athenaeum of Ohio in Cincinnati. Recipient of numerous honors and awards, he holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from St. John s University in New York"
Robert J. Hater currently resides in the state of Ohio.