Bishop Robert Barron is what we call a “game-changer.” He and his talented team at Word on Fire have brought Catholicism, more specifically evangelization, into the 21st century with the groundbreaking “Catholicism” series. Stuart Dunn reviews the latest in the series: “The Pivotal Players.”
Barb Szyszkiewicz, OFS reviews YOU, a new Theology of the Body study program for teens from Ascension Press, that challenges and engages teens in the discussion of a difficult subject.
Bishop Donald Hying and the Diocese of Gary, Indiana, together with Ahava Productions, is producing a magnificent film series called ECHO that will introduce viewers to the US Catholic Catechism for Adults and bring a greater understanding of what the Church believes and teaches to those who participate in this project.
It’s hard to keep young people involved in Church from ages 18-35. They are too old for youth group and maybe not at the stage to be baptizing their own babies yet. Mary Lou Rosien offers some ideas.
Rhonda Ortiz reviews Faith Beginnings: Family Nurturing From Birth Through Preschool, a book offering parents and faith formation directors practical advice for presenting the faith to infants and toddlers.
Did you know that the Faith & Life elementary series is available online? Jen Steed from Happy Little Homemaker tells a little more about this religious education program that can be used for Catholic children who are in public school or homeschooled.
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Diocesan catechetical standards and the Compendium of the Catholic Church are two resources to consider for teaching the faith at home.