Workshop:

Prayer: Introduction to the Spiritual Life of the Catechist

In order to pass on the truths of Faith in season and out, the catechist must be securely grounded in Christ. This workshop will consider the richness of the Catholic spiritual life as it pertains specifically to the life of the catechist. Prayer is not the “last ditch effort” of defense for us as catechists, but our first line of defense - the wings on which every effort should soar. Our society often has trouble recognizing that the invisible spiritual realities are in fact “more real,” and certainly more lasting, than the physical realities we touch, see, hear, and experience daily. A review of the spiritual tools of the trade is thus appropriate to help us as catechists joyfully incorporate prayer as our first, middle, and last act of the day, and of the teaching session, creating an environment for catechesis that is permeated by prayer.

 

Workshop Presenter

Ron Bolster

Ron Bolster is an assistant professor of theology on the faculty of the Catechetics Office at Franciscan University. The former director of that Office, he also served the Diocese of Peoria before... Read more

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