Restarting Parish Life after the Pandemic
Paulist Evangelization Ministries
Tuesday, May 18 at 2pm ET
As more and more folks are getting vaccinated and states are lifting restrictions on gatherings, it’s a precious opportunity to think about how we restart parish life. Join the conversation and explore initiatives parishes can undertake. All of us need to put our collective minds together as we push the “reset” button on church—after this long time of disconnection and self-isolation. Register for $5.
Ministry on a Zero Budget
Tuesday, May 18 at 2pm ET
Do you dream big for youth ministry but have a small to non-existent ministry budget? This workshop will focus on resourcefulness and creativity to accomplish quality with what you have! Buy Tickets: $10.
Mini Missions: Summer Immersion Experiences for Families and Small Groups
Tuesday, May 25 at 2pm ET
This webinar will introduce three powerful outreach and service days for youth, young adults or families to use throughout the summer. Team members who created the project will talk about the title – Resound and the themes of Solidarity, Dignity and Environment. The team will share why now more than ever it’s good to have young people serving, connecting faith to life, learning a bit of Catholic social tradition, Scripture and prayer that mark our lives as missionary disciples. The hope is for the young church to be agents of change and make a bit of noise that will resound in communities to make an impact on themselves and those they encounter! Buy Tickets: $10.
How to Support, Give Hope, and Offer Healing to Divorced Catholics
Ave Maria Press
Tuesday, May 25 at 3pm ET
In this webinar, AMS Chancellor Rev. Robert R. Cannon will present a brief explanation of the theology of marriage, the role of the marriage tribunal, and how ministers can be a source of hope and healing for those seeking an annulment. Register online.
New Directory for Catechesis
The new Directory for Catechesis (2020) presents fundamental theological-pastoral principles for the ministry of catechesis while responding to the current social conditions and cultural forces that shape the church’s communication of the Faith.
The USCCB Committee for Evangelization and Catechesis created the following video series offering insights regarding eight key areas. View the USCCB webinar recordings on the new Directory for Catechesis (2020).
Catholic Apostolate Center
The purpose of this webinar series is to provide space for conversations with practitioners and church professionals who can help to translate the Directory into practical insights that serve the everyday reality of the Church’s mission of evangelization.
National Black Catholic Congress
Webinar Series: What’s Our Story, September 2020 – May 2021
The National Black Catholic Congress is hosting a 10-month webinar series called “What’s Our Story” focusing on Young Adults and Teens. This series will utilize elements of social justice, intergenerational exploration, and pop culture to explore where their faith has formed and informed their journey to encounter God, self, and one another. Additional information and registration is available on the National Catholic Black Congress website.