Faith Formation or Forsaken?

Ayman, L.
May 2013
Priest;May2013, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p41
The article discusses the author's experience of a pedagogical system that is not working. He considers the latest Catholic Church statements on evangelization and catechesis and their importance in putting any discussion of faith formation. It addresses the crisis for pastors, priests and deacons to know that there is a clear possibility for change.


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