Jesus: The Master Catechist
Number of pages: 96
Catechists learn best by watching other master catechists. And there is no better catechist than Jesus.
This engaging and informative guide examines how we can become better catechists by following Jesus’ example. Jesus the Master Catechist distills Jesus’ words, teachings and parables into twelve easy steps that are effective in helping one become a better and stronger catechist.
Taking lessons from Pope Francis: The Joy of the Gospel, and The General Directory for Catechesis, along with the gospels themselves, we learn how to draw people around us, speak clearly of the Father’s love and extend God’s endless forgiveness to students.
Through this book, we learn about praying for students, and how to lead them to the brink of the paschal mystery, trusting in divine grace for the rest.
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Bill Huebsch is a well-known speaker and Vatican II scholar. He is author of the Growing Faith Project, Whole Community Catechesis in Plain English, Praying the Stations with Saint John XXIII and Praying the Stations with Pope Francis.