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  • 1. Four C‟s ofCatechesis
  • 2. Hands
  • 3. KnowWhat??
  • 4. KnowWhy??
  • 5. Hands Know How??
  • 6. Four C‟s ofCatechesis
  • 7. http://www.catholicnews.com/data/briefs/cns/20071116.htm
  • 8. ContextContentCommunionConspiracy
  • 9. ContextContentCommunionConspiracy
  • 10. Context• countless resources• technology• secular / materialistic• individual rights• disintegration of structures• Religious instruction competes withmultiple options
  • 11. Context• a majority of US teenspractice religious faithonly sporadically or notat all
  • 12. Context• a majority of US teenspractice religious faithonly sporadically or notat all• a majority of US teenstend to be like theirparents when it comesto religion
  • 13. Context• Is it enough to invite people"to act according to theirconsciences?“• Is it all right to "become morehuman or more faithful to theirown religion“• Is it satisfactory "to buildcommunities which strive forjustice, freedom, peace andsolidarity.”
  • 14. Context• Might it be that “conversionto Christ should not bepromoted because it ispossible for people to besaved without explicit faith inChrist or formal incorporationin the Church?”
  • 15. Context"Provided that it is done with full respectfor their human dignity and freedom, if aChristian did not try to spread the Gospelby sharing the excelling knowledge ofJesus Christ with others, we couldsuspect that Christian either of lack oftotal conviction on the faith, or ofselfishness and laziness in not wanting toshare the full and abundant means ofsalvation with his fellow human beings."
  • 16. ContextContentCommunionConspiracy
  • 17. Content• adolescent religiousand spiritualunderstanding andconcern seems to begenerally weak.
  • 18. Content “Religious literacy has sunk to a new low.”
  • 19. Content “Religious literacy has sunk to a new low.”about the “lost generation”and the “undercatechized”to depict the current stateof our youngergenerations of adults.
  • 20. Content
  • 21. Content
  • 22. www.usccb.org/education/framework.pdf
  • 23. Serves to aid those• responsible for overseeing catechetical instruction within dioceses as well as
  • 24. Serves to aid those• responsible for overseeing catechetical instruction within dioceses as well as• those responsible for curriculum development or
  • 25. Serves to aid those• responsible for overseeing catechetical instruction within dioceses as well as• those responsible for curriculum development or• (those responsible for) the development of assessment instruments designed to complement texts, programs or curriculums.
  • 26. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture• Who Is Jesus Christ?• The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)• Jesus Christ‟s Mission Continues in the Church• Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ• Life in Jesus Christ
  • 27. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture• Who Is Jesus Christ?• The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)• Jesus Christ„s Mission Continues in the Church• Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ• Life in Jesus Christ
  • 28. Core CurriculumThe Christologicalcentrality of thisframework is designed toform the content ofinstruction as well as tobe a vehicle for growth inone’s relationship withthe Lord so that eachmay come to know himand live according to thetruth he has given to us.
  • 29. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture
  • 30. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture• Who Is Jesus Christ?
  • 31. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture• Who Is Jesus Christ?• The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)
  • 32. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture• Who Is Jesus Christ?• The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)• Jesus Christ‟s Mission Continues in the Church
  • 33. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture• Who Is Jesus Christ?• The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)• Jesus Christ‟s Mission Continues in the Church• Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ
  • 34. Core Curriculum• The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture• Who Is Jesus Christ?• The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)• Jesus Christ‟s Mission Continues in the Church• Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ• Life in Jesus Christ
  • 35. Electives
  • 36. Electives • Sacred Scripture
  • 37. Electives • Sacred Scripture • History of the Catholic Church
  • 38. Electives • Sacred Scripture • History of the Catholic Church • Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society
  • 39. Electives • Sacred Scripture • History of the Catholic Church • Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society • Responding to the Call of Jesus Christ
  • 40. Electives • Sacred Scripture • History of the Catholic Church • Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society • Responding to the Call of Jesus Christ • Ecumenical and Interreligious Issues
  • 41. “The definitive aim of catechesis is to put people not only in touch but in communion, in intimacy, with Jesus Christ.” (Catechesi Tradendae, 5)
  • 42. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing
  • 43. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration
  • 44. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists
  • 45. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 46. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 47. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 48. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 49. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content – But also as witnesses of the faith
  • 50. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content – But also as witnesses of the faith
  • 51. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content – But also as witnesses of the faith
  • 52. What‟s Next• Content is set . . . Good thing• Opportunity for collaboration• Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content – But also as witnesses of the faith
  • 53. ContextContentCommunionConspiracy
  • 54. Communion
  • 55. Communion
  • 56. Communion• community in a deep andprofound sense
  • 57. Communion• community in a deep andprofound sense• acknowledgement of giftsand acceptance of thesegifts
  • 58. CommunionLoughlan Sofield, ST• defined collaboration as“the working together of allthe baptized; eachcontributing personal gifts,for the good of the
  • 59. CommunionLoughlan Sofield, ST“if we don‟t collaborate,• people die…spiritually.”• “condemned to be achurch of maintenance,rather than a church ofmission”
  • 60. CommunionLoughlan Sofield, STCollaboration is not anoption, but it is the “waymature Christians worktogether.”
  • 61. Communion"The love which comesfrom God unites us to himand „makes us a we whichtranscends our divisionsand makes us one, until inthe end God is all in all."
  • 62. ContextContentCommunionConspiracy
  • 63. Conspiracycon·spirePronunciation: kən-ˈ spī(-ə)rFunction: verbEtymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French conspirer, from Latin conspirare tobe in harmony, conspire, from com- +spirare to breathe- - to act in harmony toward a common end
  • 64. Conspiracy"Conversion" is a"change in thinking andof acting," expressingour new life in Christ; itis an ongoing dimensionof Christian life.
  • 65. ConspiracyThe network offriendship with Christwhich connects heavenand earth, differentcontinents and ages."
  • 66. Knowledge of the faith is so veryimportant, but what you do with thatknowledge is ever so much moreimportant. Likewise the talents andgifts that God gives us – how do wespend them? And at the heart of it allis love – how selflessly do we expressit?
  • 67. ContextContentCommunionConspiracy
  • 68. HeartAffective feel living
  • 69. HeadCognitive know explicit
  • 70. HandsBehavioral do Fruitful
  • 71. HandsYou shall love the Lord your God• with all your heart,• with all your soul,• with all your mind,• and with all your strength.
  • 72. Feet
  • 73. Hands Feet
  • 74. Hands Know … ?? Feet
  • 75. Hands Know … ?? Feet
  • 76. Hands Now … ?? Feet
  • 77. Hands Now WHO ?? Feet
  • 78. am/home Confession of faith Feet Spiritual