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Authored by Colleen Rainone in Issue #3.4 of Catechetical Review

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The Catechetical Institute at Franciscan University has officially launched it's LMS (Learning Management System) FranciscanAtHome.com for online catechist formation in all areas of catechesis; we're adding new courses weekly. You can try it out for as little as $5 for the month, just for enrichment, or $13 for a month with a mentor to accompany you.

Check to see if your diocese has partnered with us in order to get automatic continuing education credits (CEUs). However, any parish or school can take advantage of the institutional rate, which gives the ENTIRE catechetical team access to the courses for a low annual rate. To learn more about the Catechetical Institute, go to Catechetics.com.

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