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Catechists – God’s call to speak about our Faith (VHS)

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Now you can bring Fr. Joe Kempf into your parish to do a retreat - any time you like - with this new, breakthrough DVD series created for catechists and all who are called to speak about our Catholic faith.
Let Fr. Joe educate, entertain, and inspire in this dynamic mini-retreat that explains the "who, what, and why" of catechetical ministry. Use these three talks and one guided meditation however you like - all in one session, spread over four weekly meetings, or any other way that works for your team.
In Catechists - God's call to speak about our faith Fr. Joe will present:
• 1. Who, me? You called ME to speak about faith?
• 2. Four principles for all who are called to speak about faith
• 3. Three thoughts for the catechist - and for all who are called to speak about faith
• 4. Guided reflection: The Practice of the Present Moment
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