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Creative Catechetics - Storytelling (VHS)

by TX Diocese of Dallas

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The first in a series on Creative Catechetics being developed by the Diocese of Dallas, Texas, this program looks at the storytelling process, coupling this examination with live examples of storytellers at work. Mary Edmund first leads the viewer through a thorough exploration of the effective use of storytelling in catechesis, then helps you examine the use of dramatization, character portrayal and role-playing in catechesis. This is a helpful, practical program, perfect for training new catechists, as well as enriching and enhancing the skills of more experienced catechists.

Running time: 30 min., (Adult)
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