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It seems so simplistic to suggest that as leaders in catechetical ministry we need to be catechists to our catechists, but that is what the Lord calls us to be. Just as a catechist needs a manual to guide him or her through leading the sessions, so, too, we may also need to provide a spiritual handbook or other guidance along the way.
St. Thomas Aquinas (patron of students) advises: “Hence we must say that for the knowledge of any truth whatsoever man needs Divine help, that the intellect may be moved by God to its act.” Invoking this divine help happens daily and especially during the faith formation season.
Surrounding ourselves with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, opening ourselves to the words of Jesus, the Great Teacher, and remembering that we are in the loving embrace of God, the catechetical journey becomes an experience of self-learning and spiritual growth for the catechists and their leaders too.
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