Friday, September 2, 2016

The LTP Virtual Workshop Series

Forming Children as Classroom Prayer Leaders

                       Presented by Lisa Orchen

Participants in this workshop (catechists and teachers) will learn the key elements to gathered classroom prayer. In order to foster fully active participation, teachers and catechists will learn techniques that will inspire and empower children of all ages to assist in the preparation and leading of daily/weekly prayer services. Inspired by the liturgical season with the use of art, environment, and music, your classroom will be transformed into a prayer space where the hearts of your students meet the heart of God. An emphasis is placed on collaborating with others in your parish and school community.

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 to learn more about LTP's Virtual Workshops™!


   

Webinar Series on Amoris Laetitia.

Amoris Laetitia Webinar Series:

"The Pastoral Response in Accompanying Families in Faith

  •  Theme 1 (September 18-October 12): Listening to the Joys and Hungers of Families presented by Dr. Tim Hogan, Director of Grace Counseling Center, Detroit
  • Theme 2 (October 16-November 2): Accompanying Families presented by Bishop Richard Malone, Diocese of Buffalo
  • Theme 3 (November 6- December 7): Assisting Families in Discerning God’s Movement presented by Julianne Stanz, Director of New Evangelization, Diocese of Green Bay
  • Theme 4 (January 8 – January 25): Engaging for Mission presented by Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archdiocese of Washington
Register for each panel at: www.strongcatholicfamilies.org/amoriswebinar/
 
This Strong Catholic Families Webinar Series is presented in partnership by the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM), the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership (NCCL), the National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers (NACFLM) and the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA).  
 

32nd Annual Faith Formation Day


The 32nd Annual Faith Formation Day will be held at John J. Snyder High School on Saturday, October 8th from 8:00 am – 3:15 pm.  Our main sponsor this year is Loyola Press.  Loyola is bringing in Joe Paprocki, D.Min, a popular catechetical speaker and author.  You can sample his work on his blog, http://catechistsjourney.loyolapress.com/.

Popular sessions fill first and so it is best to register early

Friday, August 5, 2016

More Resources on Mother Teresa...

CRS.org/Mother Teresa for:


o   A prayer (in English and Spanish)

o   A handout about Mother Teresa’s story and legacy that can be printed in parish bulletins (in English and Spanish)

o   An intergenerational parish activity that is a great way to kick off the ministry year this fall
(Note: This session references the Option for the Poor video which will be live soon and certainly by the time people would be hosting these events.)

o   Videos of CRS staff and others sharing reflections about Mother Teresa (coming soon)

o   We also will be sharing stories and videos on our website and through social media as her canonization approaches

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Mother Teresa...A Whole Website on Her Life

Thanks Franciscan Media!

Visit here:

Mother Teresa

Monday, August 1, 2016

Eucharistic Congress Dates for Your Planning

March 24-25, 2017
March 16-17, 2018
March 29-20, 2019
March 20-21, 2020