Tag: Family Centered Catechesis

Sacramental preparation: First Reconciliation.

Last Sunday marked the start of St. Nicholas Religious Education.  Once again my attention focuses on a special group of children preparing to celebrate the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist. At the very heart of  sacramental preparation: Reconciliation is an attitude, a way of being present in our […]

Why we need a King. . .

Parents and catechists play a significant role in the faith formation of children – it’s all about relationships. Each Sunday, when they drop off their children for religious education (SCORE) I look for many opportunities to engage in conversation. In addition, I send out weekly musings to the […]