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Articles from the Most Recent Issue

RCIA & Adult Faith Formation: Loving People to Christ
By Linda Brenninkmeyer
People may be communicating at an unprecedented rate today with social media, but are these interactions satisfying? People may have hundreds of friends on Facebook, but recent research shows that 25% of Americans say they don’t have anyone they can talk to about their personal troubles. The truth is that while online social networks are exploding... Read more
Encountering God in Catechesis
By Catechists' Personal Testimonies
n Weakness People don’t brag about how weak they are. People want to think of themselves as confident, capable, self-sufficient... strong. I certainly don't recall being cheered on for how physically weak I was as a freshman in gym class! And if there had been an award for that, I certainly would have won. I couldn't bench press the bar. These are... Read more
The Bad News and the Good News: Original Sin and the Gospel Message
By André Villeneuve
The doctrine of original sin is an essential component of the Christian faith. If catechists don’t explain well the nature, effect, and consequences of original sin, they will find it very difficult not only to address the major moral issues of our day, but also to effectively communicate the Gospel. Without original sin, the Gospel message loses... Read more


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