Back in September I offered a breakout session on the relationship between the theological virtue of hope and Catholic education at our biennial Diocesan Teacher Day. The video of that session is now available:
Welcome to episode nine of the Catechetical Leader podcast! This month I talked with Joe Paprocki of Catechist’s Journey about his new book: Practice Makes Catholic: Moving from a Learned Faith to a Lived Faith (Loyola Press, 2011). Our conversation ranged from the resurgence of sacramentals to why holding on to hope and joy are more important than ever in the life of the Church.
Joe is a 4th grade catechist, the National Consultant for Faith Formation at Loyola Press, and well-known author of The Bible Blueprint, The Catechist’s Toolbox, and A Well Built Faith.
In addition to the book Joe is offering free resources for anyone who would like to use Practice Makes Catholic in a spiritual mentoring role; those materials are available on the Loyola Press web site.
Just in time for the March for life, the national media campaign from CatholicVote.com has released its first video: