How to Be a Better Catechist: Answers to Questions Catechists Ask Most

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Sheed & Ward, 1989 - Religion - 103 pages
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InHow to Be a Better Catechist, the authors respond to the most frequently asked questions, drawing upon official Church documents, insights of other religious educators,a nd their own extensive experience for their answers. A simple, concise style makes this a most practical and inspiring book for both parochial school teachers and once-a-week catechists.

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Contents

Basic Principles 1 What Is Catechesis Anyway?
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2v What Are We Trying To Accomplish?
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What Are We Supposed To Teach?
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About the author (1989)

Drs. Pfeifer and Manternach lecture and conduct catechetical workshops throughout the United States, as well as in a growing number of foreign countries.

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