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 The Diocese does provide material and class for the training of Catechists. ​ Distance is a factor in why many do not avail themselves of this opportunity. ​ Our Diocesan Director makes it as effortless as possible to provide each parish or mission with the materials so that “formation” of catechists can be done without the need to travel. ​ A leader is needed in each case to “call forth” the men and women to avail themselves of this opportunity.  ​ The Diocese does provide material and class for the training of Catechists. ​ Distance is a factor in why many do not avail themselves of this opportunity. ​ Our Diocesan Director makes it as effortless as possible to provide each parish or mission with the materials so that “formation” of catechists can be done without the need to travel. ​ A leader is needed in each case to “call forth” the men and women to avail themselves of this opportunity.  ​
  
-4.  I am a big fan of “kits”. ​ A program, process or educational information all packaged makes catechesis of children, adults, communities etc.  easier. ​ I operate better when I don’t have to spend a great deal of time researching and then searching for what will be needed to present information. ​ Time is so precious which makes “all in one place” material so much easier and valuable. ​ I also appreciate it when “take home” or follow up materials are provided so that individuals (and the community) can gain deeper personal insights on their own time.  For example: ​ The Catholic Catechism for Adults provided a saint, information,​ prayers, and questions. ​ It has great readability as well as being a resource of information for every household. ​ +4.  I am a big fan of “kits”. ​ A program, process or educational information all packaged makes catechesis of children, adults, communities etc.  easier. ​ I operate better when I don’t have to spend a great deal of time researching and then searching for what will be needed to present information. ​ Time is so precious which makes “all in one place” material so much easier and valuable. ​ I also appreciate it when “take home” or follow up materials are provided so that individuals (and the community) can gain deeper personal insights on their own time.  For example: ​ The Catholic Catechism for Adults provided a saint, information,​ prayers, and questions. ​ It has great readability as well as being a resource of information for every household.
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