Horizons & Hopes: The Future of Religious Education
Here is a collection of essays that brings together the latest ideas regarding religious education from a group of highly regarded people in the field. What is new is the emphasis given to adult and young adult faith formation in the context of total catechesis.
This wise and far-thinking volume:
-- takes a holistic approach to religious education.
-- is a source of encouragement.
-- offers valuable insights to all who serve in catechetical ministry.
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