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  • 1. www.catholicymblog.com 410-746-5449 Happy bday
  • 2. ADOLESCENT FAITH FORMATION
  • 3. What are the “core essentials” that we must pass along? How shall we do that?
  • 4. ADOLESCENT FAITH FORMATION
  • 5. ADOLESCENT FAITH FORMATION Carpe manaña
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  • 7. ADOLESCENT FAITH FORMATION Carpe manaña o o o is not unlike o a “long bomb” pass o o ooo oo x x xxxx x qb x wr x
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  • 9. Presenting of the Christian Message
  • 10. Catechists have a special solidarity withy those whom they catechize and a particular sensitivity to their needs. They live in the same world as those they catechize, and share the demands of living in the world as do those they teach. (54, B, 8)
  • 11. Heart Affective feel living
  • 12. The process of conversion involves understanding who Christ is in order to change and follow him more closely. Conversion begins with an openness to the initial proclamation of the Gospel and a sincere desire to listen for its resonance within. (17, B)
  • 13. Head Cognitive know explicit
  • 14. Catechists should deepen the believer’s understanding of the mystery of Christ. A strengthening of faith, in turn, leads to a change of heart (conversion) in order to be more committed and follow Christ more closely. (28, B)
  • 15. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Serves as an ecclesial endeavor • Has a historical nature • Seeks incultuartion • Respects a hierarchy of truth • Communicates the dignity of the human person • Fosters a common language of faith
  • 16. am/ home Confession of faith Feet Spiritual
  • 17. Faith, then, is the human response to a personal God, who has revealed himself, and to the Truth that God has revealed through the Catholic Church. (16, C)
  • 18. Hands Behavioral do Fruitful
  • 19. What does a “maturing” Adolescent faith look like?
  • 20. The Vision for Adolescent Catechesis A Maturing Young Disciple Seeking a LIVING Faith: • has positive self-image • is growing in understanding of intimacy within relationships. • is forming life based upon values.
  • 21. The Vision for Adolescent Catechesis A Maturing Young Disciple Seeking a EXPLICIT Faith: • is developing the skills and ability to the apply faith to daily life experiences. • is developing an appreciation for the Scriptures and an understanding of Tradition of the Church. • is acquiring both experiences and skills with which to make moral decisions.
  • 22. The Vision for Adolescent Catechesis A Maturing Young Disciple Seeking a FRUITFUL Faith: • desires to grow in personal holiness. • has an imperative to be an agent of change with the Spirit in today’s world. • has a compelling urgency to offer service in God’s name.
  • 23. The Vision for Adolescent Catechesis A Maturing Young Disciple Seeking to CONFESS FAITH: • is deepening in commitment to grow in maturity in personal faith. • exhibits an active participation in the sacramental life of the Church. • participates actively in the life and ministries of the Church.
  • 24. National Directory for Catechesis
  • 25. General Overview The National Directory for Catechesis provides guidance as to what should be taught in catechesis and how it should be taught. • Gathers in one place all of the pertinent Church documents • Provides guidance for offering catechesis to everyone in the Church
  • 26. General Overview The content of the NDC falls into five general categories Context of Catechesis Intro, Chap 1, Chap 2 Content of Catechesis Chap 3, Chap 5. Chap 6 Catechetical Methodology Chap 4 People of Catechesis Structures that Support Chap 7, Chap 8 Catechesis Chap 9, Chap 10
  • 27. Introduction The Second Vatican Council called for the renewal of catechesis.
  • 28. Introduction The guidelines in the National Directory for Catechesis, which are aimed at the continued renewal of catechesis in the United States, set forth the nature, purpose, aims, tasks, basic content, and methodology of catechesis.
  • 29. Introduction Although some members of the Church are called to mores specific catechetical roles, fostering growth in faith is the responsibility of the entire Christian community.
  • 30. Proclaiming the Chapter 1: Gospel in the US General Characteristics of U.S. Culture are B. Freedom – Religious Freedom – Economic Freedom C. Pragmatism D. Science and Technology E. Globalization F. Mobility
  • 31. Proclaiming the Chapter 1: Gospel in the US Diversity in US Culture • Diversity Within the Catholic Church • Regional Diversity
  • 32. Proclaiming the Chapter 1: Gospel in the US Profile of Catholics in the United States The current population of Catholics in the United States is 62 Million and growing, and the number of diocese an eparchies has also grown.
  • 33. Proclaiming the Chapter 1: Gospel in the US Family and Home in the United States • Respect for human life in challenges. • Essential bond between spouses is challenge by individualism. • The natural authority of parents over children is challenged by a distorted sense of self-sufficiency and autonomy. • Transmission of traditional values within the family is challenged by popular culture and the mobility of migrant family.
  • 34. Mission of Chapter 2: Evangelization Catechesis is an important moment in the evangelizing mission of the Church.
  • 35. Mission of Chapter 2: Evangelization Evangelization an a ministry of the Word is realized in four stages. 1. Pre-evangelization 2. Initiatory catechesis 3. Post-baptismal catechesis 4. On-going catechesis Settings: • Liturgical • Theological
  • 36. Mission of Chapter 2: Evangelization Nature and Purpose of catechesis. The aim of catechesis is to lead believers to a deeper knowledge and love of Christ and the church and a firm commitment to follow Him.
  • 37. Mission of Chapter 2: Evangelization Catechesis encompasses six diverse and interlocking tasks: 2. Promotes knowledge of the faith. 3. Promotes meaningful participation in liturgical worship and sacramental life of the church. 4. Integrates moral formation into a Christian way of life 5. Teaches Christians how to pray with Christ, and in Christ. 6. Initiates the Christian into the life of the Church 7. Promotes a missionary spirit.
  • 38. Mission of Chapter 2: Evangelization Inculturation is an interactive process that listens for echoes of the word of God in a particular culture and discerns values and practices compatible with the Gospel.
  • 39. The Faith of Chapter 3: the Church Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the General Directory for Catechesis, and this National Directory are distinct, yet complementary instruments that serve the Church’s catechetical activity.
  • 40. The Faith of Chapter 3: the Church Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message: • Transmits the centrality of Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Always an ecclesial endeavor • Historical nature • Incultuartion is key • Hieracrchial character of the Christian message • Fosters a common language of faith
  • 41. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ
  • 42. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery
  • 43. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation
  • 44. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Serves as an ecclesial endeavor
  • 45. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Serves as an ecclesial endeavor • Has a historical nature
  • 46. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Serves as an ecclesial endeavor • Has a historical nature • Seeks incultuartion
  • 47. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Serves as an ecclesial endeavor • Has a historical nature • Seeks incultuartion • Respects a hierarchy of truth
  • 48. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Serves as an ecclesial endeavor • Has a historical nature • Seeks incultuartion • Respects a hierarchy of truth • Communicates the dignity of the human person
  • 49. Authentic Presentation of the Christian Message • Centers on Jesus Christ • Emphasizes the Trinity as central mystery • Proclaim good news of salvation • Serves as an ecclesial endeavor • Has a historical nature • Seeks incultuartion • Respects a hierarchy of truth • Communicates the dignity of the human person • Fosters a common language of faith
  • 50. Divine & Human Chapter 4: Methodology God’s Own Methodology • Pedagogy of God • God the Father • Jesus Christ • Holy Spirit • The Church
  • 51. Divine & Human Chapter 4: Methodology Elements of Human Methodology • Human Experience • Learning by discipleship • Christian Community • Christian family and home • Witness of the catechesis • Learning by heart • Learning by Christian living • Learning by apprenticeship.
  • 52. Catechesis in a Chapter 5: Worshipping Community Catechesis precedes the Liturgy and springs from it. Liturgical life of the church revolves around the seven sacraments, with central emphasis on the Eucharist.
  • 53. Catechesis in a Chapter 5: Worshipping Community The parish Sunday liturgy, the community’s central act of worship, is the normative celebration of the Eucharist; all groups should join together in common for this celebration and not hold separate, small group Masses except in special circumstances.
  • 54. Catechesis in a Chapter 5: Worshipping Community Catechesis on sacred art and music will introduce people to religious art Catechesis on popular piety will recognize the important role popular piety has in inculturating the faith.
  • 55. Catechesis for Chapter 6: Life in Christ – a catechesis of grace which promotes good works – a catechesis on the Beatitudes which anticipates eternal life with God – a catechesis about sin and forgiveness that helps us to confront sinfulness and accept God’s mercy – a catechesis on the human virtues that incline us toward good – a catechesis on the two-fold commandment to love God and neighbor – a catechesis in which the Christian life is received, nourished, and perfected in Christ
  • 56. Catechesis for Chapter 6: Life in Christ In general, catechesis on Christian morality will – uphold the right to life from conception to natural death – present the distinctly Christian understanding of human freedom – teach that freedom reaches it authentic goal in love and defense of the weak and defenseless – promote the public express of the Christian faith in public policy – help the faithful make practical moral decisions in light of the Gospel, subjugating power, wealth, utility, and productivity to higher moral values
  • 57. Catechizing the Chapter 7: People of God Every individual has the responsibility both to grow personally in faith and to contribute to others’ growth in faith.
  • 58. Catechizing the Chapter 7: People of God Catechesis seriously takes into account the circumstances and cultures of those being catechized; there is but one saving Word—Jesus Christ—but that word can be spoken in many different ways.
  • 59. Catechizing the Chapter 7: People of God Growth in faith is related to human development and passes through many stages; everyone develops in different ways according to his or her own pace.
  • 60. Those Who Chapter 8: Catechize
  • 61. Those Who Chapter 8: Catechize Preparation and Ongoing Formation of Catechists – Call to be a catechist – Commissioning – Catechist formation – Responsibilities of the diocese and diocesan catechetical office
  • 62. Organizing Chapter 9: Catechetical Ministry General Principles and Guidance – Organization – Goals – Accountability – Communication – Equitable distribution of services, resources, and opportunities – Aspects of catechetical planning
  • 63. Organizing Chapter 9: Catechetical Ministry Some Pastoral Efforts – Youth catechesis – Baptismal catechumenate – Small Christian communities – Other structures
  • 64. Resources for Chapter 10: Catechesis • Ecclesial resources – Scripture – Catechism of the Catholic Church • Textbooks/ Instructional Materials • Technology
  • 65. Conclusion: The NDC provides the fundamental theological and pastoral principles for catechesis and their application within the Church in the United States. Through its publication the bishops hope to kindle new fires, and a fresh commitment by the disciples of this age to reinvest themselves in catechetical initiatives.
  • 66. Culturally Responsive The Gospel is intended for every people and nation; it finds home in every culture. Those who proclaim the Christian message must know and love the culture and the people to whom they bring the message in order for it to be able to transform the culture and the people and make them new in Christ.
  • 67. Culturally Responsive The Gospel is intended for every people and nation; it finds home in every culture. Those who proclaim the Christian message must know and love the culture and the people to whom they bring the message in order for it to be able to transform the culture and the people and make them new in Christ.
  • 68. Culturally Responsive The Gospel is intended for every people and nation; it finds home in every culture. Those who proclaim the Christian message must know and love the culture and the people to whom they bring the message in order for it to be able to transform the culture and the people and make them new in Christ.
  • 69. Culturally Responsive The Gospel is intended for every people and nation; it finds home in every culture. Those who proclaim the Christian message must know and love the culture and the people to whom they bring the message in order for it to be able to transform the culture and the people and make them new in Christ.
  • 70. Culturally Responsive The Gospel is intended for every people and nation; it finds home in every culture. Those who proclaim the Christian message must know and love the culture and the people to whom they bring the message in order for it to be able to transform the culture and the people and make them new in Christ.
  • 71. www.usccb.org/education/framework.pdf
  • 72. Serves to aid those • responsible for overseeing catechetical instruction within dioceses as well as
  • 73. Serves to aid those • responsible for overseeing catechetical instruction within dioceses as well as • those responsible for curriculum development or
  • 74. 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.
  • 75. 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
  • 76. 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
  • 77. Core Curriculum The Christological centrality of this framework is designed to form the content of instruction as well as to be a vehicle for growth in one’s relationship with the Lord so that each may come to know him and live according to the truth he has given to us.
  • 78. Core Curriculum • The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture
  • 79. Core Curriculum • The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture • Who Is Jesus Christ?
  • 80. Core Curriculum • The Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture • Who Is Jesus Christ? • The Mission of Jesus Christ (The Paschal Mystery)
  • 81. 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
  • 82. 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
  • 83. 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
  • 84. Electives
  • 85. Electives • Sacred Scripture
  • 86. Electives • Sacred Scripture • History of the Catholic Church
  • 87. Electives • Sacred Scripture • History of the Catholic Church • Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society
  • 88. Electives • Sacred Scripture • History of the Catholic Church • Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ in Society • Responding to the Call of Jesus Christ
  • 89. 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
  • 90. “The definitive aim of catechesis is to put people not only in touch but in communion, in intimacy, with Jesus Christ.” (Catechesi Tradendae, 5)
  • 91. www.dscottmiller.com
  • 92. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing
  • 93. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing • Opportunity for collaboration
  • 94. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing • Opportunity for collaboration • Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists
  • 95. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing • Opportunity for collaboration • Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 96. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing • Opportunity for collaboration • Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 97. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing • Opportunity for collaboration • Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 98. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing • Opportunity for collaboration • Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists – Not only on content
  • 99. 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
  • 100. 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
  • 101. 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
  • 102. 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
  • 103. What’s Next • Content is set . . . Good thing • Opportunity for collaboration • Time to “Game Up” on prepping our catechists • We are ready! Let’s Go!