National Directory for Catechesis

National Directory for Catechesis

As they respond to that call, leaders in catechesis and education find their inspiration for catechesis in the National Directory for Catechesis.

Author: Catholic Church. United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Publisher: USCCB Publishing

ISBN: 1574554433

Category: Religion

Page: 314

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Jesus commanded his followers to go, proclaim the Gospel, and bring others into communion with God. As they respond to that call, leaders in catechesis and education find their inspiration for catechesis in the National Directory for Catechesis. This much awaited companion to the General Directory for Catechesis builds on the core themes of the GDC (like catechesis's relationship to evangelization and worship), serves as a reference point for forming catechists and developing resources, and provides practical tools for doing catechesis well. Book jacket.
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The General Directory for Catechesis in Plain English

The General Directory for Catechesis in Plain English

The brief study guide in the front of this book will help readers ask thoughtful questions and focus on key points as they review the text.

Author: Bill Huebsch

Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications

ISBN: 1585951331

Category: Catechetics

Page: 110

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The author uses clear, concise and fluid prose to provide an outstanding summary of the "General directory for catechesis". His text goes straight to the heart of each passage and serves as a key to opening the riches contained there. The brief study guide in the front of this book will help readers ask thoughtful questions and focus on key points as they review the text. Catechists, teachers, principals, DREs and parish leaders will find here an indispensable aid for studying the GDC -- and a book that is enjoyable and informative in itself.
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Directory for Catechesis

Directory for Catechesis

The Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization presents the Directory to guide the proclamation of the Gospel by the Christian faithful to people of all ages and in all seasons of life.

Author: Usccb

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ISBN: 1601376693

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The Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization presents the Directory to guide the proclamation of the Gospel by the Christian faithful to people of all ages and in all seasons of life. The Directory places catechetical instruction and formation of catechetical teachers clearly within the realm of evangelization. It offers guidelines to assist in the creation of local directories and catechisms and clarifies the importance of catechetical renewal in Christian communities. The Directory affirms the presentation of the Catholic faith articulated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church as a sound point of reference for instruction while drawing deeply from Scripture and the writings of recent popes, especially Pope Francis's Evangelii Gaudium. The Directory will also be indispensable for all those responsible for formal religious instruction, including pastors and parish priests, deacons, lay and religious catechists, and religious education teachers.
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General Directory for Catechesis

General Directory for Catechesis

Revised and updated version of the General catechetical directory, 1971. Includes bibliographical references (p. 2-5) and index.

Author: Catholic Church. Congregatio pro Clericis

Publisher: USCCB Publishing

ISBN: 1574552252

Category: Reference

Page: 281

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Revised and updated version of the General catechetical directory, 1971. Includes bibliographical references (p. 2-5) and index.
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Directory for Catechesis

Directory for Catechesis

This new Directory for Catechesis represents the work of over 80 experts over 5 years, reflecting a dynamic renewal in catechesis since its predecessor, and incorporating the magisterial wisdom of the most recent episcopal Synods and Pope ...

Author: Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelisation

Publisher:

ISBN: 1784696412

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Page: 320

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Summary of the National Directory for Catechesis

Summary of the National Directory for Catechesis

This focused summary highlights the concepts and directives of each of the ten chapters of the National Directory for Catechesis in clear, concise language.

Author: Catholic Church

Publisher: USCCB Publishing

ISBN: 1574556967

Category: Religion

Page: 44

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This focused summary highlights the concepts and directives of each of the ten chapters of the National Directory for Catechesis in clear, concise language.
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Directory for Catechesis

Directory for Catechesis

"This new Directory for Catechesis represents the work of over 80 experts over 5 years, reflecting a dynamic renewal in catechesis since its predecessor, and incorporating the magisterial wisdom of the most recent episcopal Synods and Pope ...

Author: Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization

Publisher:

ISBN: 1925494535

Category: Catechetics

Page: 272

View: 131

"This new Directory for Catechesis represents the work of over 80 experts over 5 years, reflecting a dynamic renewal in catechesis since its predecessor, and incorporating the magisterial wisdom of the most recent episcopal Synods and Pope Francis's apostolic exhortation, Evangelii Gaudium. The Directory places catechetical instruction and formation of catechetical teachers clearly within the realm of evangelisation. It offers guidelines to assist in the creation of local directories and catechisms and clarifies the importance of catechetical renewal in Christian communities. The Directory will be indispensable for bishops and all those responsible for formal religious instruction, including priests, deacons, lay and religious catechists, and religious education teachers in dioceses, parishes, and schools. The Directory will also aid directors of formation who train the faithful in the forms and means of catechesis, including seminary rectors, directors of formation for the permanent diaconate, and lay ecclesial minister formation program directors." -- Publisher's website.
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Companion to the Directory for Catechesis

Companion to the Directory for Catechesis

The Companion to the Directory for Catechesis is your in-depth, chapter-by-chapter guide to the new Directory for Catechesis (2020).

Author: Petroc Willey, Ph.D.

Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor

ISBN: 9781681929415

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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The Companion to the Directory for Catechesis is your in-depth, chapter-by-chapter guide to the new Directory for Catechesis (2020). This practical summary and commentary on all twelve chapters of the directory will help you engage in deep reflection on the content and its implications for your ministry. Written by two trusted catechists and teachers, each chapter of the Companion to the Directory for Catechesis features discussion questions, reflection, and prayer for catechists and catechetical leaders. With a foreword by Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst of the Pontifical Council for Promotion of the New Evangelization, which is responsible for presenting the Directory for Catechesis itself, the Companion to the Directory for Catechesis is a trustworthy resource for group or individual study.
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Brief Guide to the General Directory for Catechesis

Brief Guide to the General Directory for Catechesis

Brief Guide to the General Directory for Catechesis offers the following content: Introduction, Background; Structure, Object and Overview of the Directory; Fundamental Object of Catechesis; Faith In and Conversion to Jesus Christ; Word of ...

Author: Gerard Thomas O'Brien

Publisher:

ISBN: 1520117698

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Page: 50

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Brief Guide to the General Directory for Catechesis offers the following content: Introduction, Background; Structure, Object and Overview of the Directory; Fundamental Object of Catechesis; Faith In and Conversion to Jesus Christ; Word of God Source of Catechesis; Identification of Criteria and Fiducial Content. Plus an Evaluation of the GDC's core fundamental theology.
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The Mystery We Proclaim Second Edition

The Mystery We Proclaim  Second Edition

The Mystery We Proclaim, Second Edition, is an invitation to all involved in this God-ordained work to reflect and examine the importance of their ministry in light of the revealed mystery of faith we all profess.

Author: Francis D. Kelly

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781556356841

Category: Religion

Page: 158

View: 462

Catechesis is a unique form of teaching that intends not merely to pass along facts but to hand on the faith received from Christ, the apostles, and the living magesterium of the Church. The Mystery We Proclaim, Second Edition, is an invitation to all involved in this God-ordained work to reflect and examine the importance of their ministry in light of the revealed mystery of faith we all profess. Reflecting both the spirit and the content of the Catechism of the Catholic Church as well as the vision of the General Directory for Catechesis, The Mystery We Proclaim, Second Edition, uses the riches of these resources to guide catechists into the third millennium with greater clarity, confidence, and effectiveness. Today is, as Monsignor Kelly points out, a promising and exciting time in which the 'new evangelization' offers many rich possibilities for catechesis. Divided into five parts that analyze and evaluate the catechetical movement of the past as well as providing direction for the future, The Mystery We Proclaim, Second Edition, helps consolidate and highlight themes of both the Catechism and the General Directory. Its five major sections are as follows: Catechesis in the New Context, The Heritage and Challenge of Catechesis, The Goals of Catechesis, The Content of Catechesis, and A Methodology for Catechesis. Everyone from pastors to DREs, to religion teachers, catechists, and principals--in fact, anyone involved in religious education--will find The Mystery We Proclaim, Second Edition, an encouragement to continued vigor and renewed enthusiasm for transmitting the living faith from one generation to the next.
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The Conceptual Evolution of evangelization and catechesis from the General Catechetical Directory 1971 to the General Directory for Catechesis 1997

The Conceptual Evolution of  evangelization  and  catechesis   from the General Catechetical Directory  1971  to the General Directory for Catechesis  1997

The General Catechetical Directory (GCD) and the General Directory for Catechesis (GDC) provide the Church with pastoral guidelines for the work of catechesis.

Author: Matthew W. Halbach

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:932738453

Category: Catechetics

Page: 214

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The General Catechetical Directory (GCD) and the General Directory for Catechesis (GDC) provide the Church with pastoral guidelines for the work of catechesis. Both directories have contributed much to the development of the meanings of the terms "evangelization" and "catechesis." However, the relationship between evangelization and catechesis requires further clarification. Until now, there has not been a comparative analysis of the two directories regarding these terms. Such an analysis is critical for understanding the theoretical distinctions between evangelization and catechesis which, as the directories attest, are often unobserved and, thus, unappreciated in pastoral practice (e.g. GCD, no. 18; GDC, no. 62). These distinctions are vital for the future development of catechesis within the context of "new evangelization," a term popularized during the pontificates of John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Francis. Through comparative analysis, this dissertation investigated the nature, contexts, and aims of evangelization and catechesis as they are found in the GCD (1971), Evangelii Nuntiandi (1975), Catechesi Tradendae (1979), and the GDC (1997). The findings of the analysis point to an organic relationship between evangelization and catechesis such that the two can be described as: (1) related but distinct (2) sharing the same purpose (3) mutually beneficial (4) and co-evolving. The above characteristics exist in nature within a symbiotic relationship between two species. Symbiosis is achieved and sustained through a process of co-evolution. Applying symbiosis as a model for understanding the relationship between evangelization and catechesis, one can conclude that future developments in the nature, contexts and aims of evangelization must produce corresponding developments in catechesis. Therefore, this dissertation proposes both the existing features of (and future developments in) new evangelization as a framework for a "new catechesis."
Categories: Catechetics

Sowing Seeds

Sowing Seeds

Language : English.

Author: United States Catholic Conference. Dept. of Education

Publisher: USCCB Publishing

ISBN: 1574553178

Category: Religion

Page: 76

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Language : English.
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The Prophetic Spirit of Catechesis

The Prophetic Spirit of Catechesis

This pastoral book presents a new way to catechize adults using the relationship between ordinary life and Christian faith; it combines both theoretical considerations and practical strategies.

Author: Anne Marie Mongoven

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 0809139227

Category: Religion

Page: 323

View: 173

This pastoral book presents a new way to catechize adults using the relationship between ordinary life and Christian faith; it combines both theoretical considerations and practical strategies. For both professional and volunteer catechists.
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The Pedagogy of God

The Pedagogy of God

The "pedagogy of God" lies at the heart of the restoration currently advancing in the area of religious education and catechesis.

Author: Caroline Farey

Publisher: Emmaus Road Publishing

ISBN: 1931018723

Category: Religion

Page: 188

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The "pedagogy of God" lies at the heart of the restoration currently advancing in the area of religious education and catechesis. According to the General Directory for Catechesis, the primary difficulty facing catechesis today is that catechists do not yet have a full understanding of "the conception of catechesis as a school of faith, an initiation and apprenticeship in the entire Christian life."
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Signs of Catechesis

Signs of Catechesis

Author: Anne Marie Mongoven

Publisher:

ISBN: 0809121522

Category: Religion

Page: 140

View: 665

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