Category Resources

Why is it so hard to share our faith?

Why is it so hard to share our faith?  A short video by outside da box. Advertisements

Do Catholics not care about the Bible?

Recently the Barna Group conducted a survey of attitudes about the Bible: The State of the Bible: 6 Trends for 2014.  The research from this survey shows that “skepticism toward the Bible continues to rise.”  Skepticism is obviously going to have a negative impact on belief and practice.  They note that “Bible skepticism is tied with […]

Dos and don’ts of Evangelization?

I saw this video from LifeTeen recently. . .it makes a point what do you think?

CCO Discovery: An Exciting Tool for the New Evangelization

The Canadian based Catholic Christian Outreach is a university student movement dedicated to evangelization in the fullness of the Catholic faith with a strong emphasis on becoming leaders in the renewal of the world.  They have created an initial Bible study resource which helps lead students to accepting Jesus as Lord and Savior, and to […]

Chosen: A New Resource for Youth Evangelization

Ascension Press has just released a new Confirmation resource authored by Chris Stefanick and Ron Bolster.  I was able to review the all the components of the program: 8 DVD Set, Student Workbook, Leader’s Guide, Sponsor’s Guide, and Parent’s Guide.  I was especially impressed with 8 DVDs with 24 video segments by an impressive array […]

Applying Weddell’s Intentional Discipleship to Children

 Jared Dees is the creator of The Religion Teacher has published a short blog relating Sherry Weddell’s  thresholds of conversion to children. Initial Trust Spiritual Curiosity Spiritual Openness Spiritual Seeking Intentional Disciples What Young Intentional Disciples Look Like at Various Ages – See more here: Related articles Book Review: Sherry A. Weddell, Forming Intentional Disciples: the Path to […]

2 Min Video: The Counter Culture of the New Evangelization (part 2/2)

Part 2 The Counter Culture of the New Evangelization Father Robert F Prevost., Prior General of the Augustinian Order, reads from his address to the Synod of Bishops on the New Evangelization