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Catechetical Documents, St. Joseph Vietnamese Chuch (Grand Prairie) Sat. April 25

Saturday, April 25, 2015 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Catechetical Documents (Course 508) This course presents the major documents in catechesis since Second Vatican Council. It invites the readers to appreciate the progress of catechesis in the mind of the church and in practice over the course of the past decades. It also encourages consideration of how the documents coming from the Vatican for the universal church have been appropriated by the Catholic Church in the United States.

Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Examine the relationship between evangelization and catechesis
  • Understand that the purpose of evangelization is to promote faith and conversion in Christ
  • Understand the relationship between the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the
  • catechetical documents
  • Understand what these documents have in common and how they are unique
  • Understand the contribution, meaning, and purpose of each document
  • Understand the importance of using diverse methodologies in the catechetical field
  • Understand the importance of the use of media for an effective catechesis

This is an Advanced Level  Course


Catechetical  Documents at St. Joseph Vietnamese Church (Grand Prairie)

Language

Vietnamese

Dates /Times:

Saturday, April 25 from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

 

Who should attend:

This course is for anyone interested to be acquainted with the teaching and guidelines of the catechetical ministry.

Please register for logistics purposes.

Location:
St. Joseph Vietnamese Catholic Church, 1902 S. Beltline Rd. TX 75051 Map it
To Register:

Please send an E-mail to Mrs. Becky  

Instructor:

Fr. Hy Khac Nguyen M.A., M.Div. D., S.T.D.

Credit Hours:

5

Cost:
Cost is $75 for the 3 days April 24,25, 26 including other Vietnamese language and culture courses.
Notes

In-House (Open)

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