How to lead a 90-minute catechetical session

5 thoughts on “How to lead a 90-minute catechetical session”

  1. I tried to sign up for the e-mail list, but I cannot move the list over to read what field is next. I am an RCIA team member and former director at Holy Spirit Church in Fairfield, CA.

  2. Raylene Smith

    Thank you for this website, it is and has been so helpful. Would it be possible to set up “printable views” of your articles? I print out most of your newsletters but use a lot of paper on stuff other than just the article I want to save.

  3. I agree that “printable views” would be good, but I’ve found that going to print setup and choosing “landscape” gets me just about everything, except an occasional word at the end of a line.
    I also appreciate the wealth of information availble on this site. THANK YOU!!!

  4. Hi Pat and Raylene,

    It turns out that creating printable views is some amount of programming work. We just haven’t been able to carve out the time to figure it out yet. We hope to get to it down the road.


  5. Dcn John Klein

    You can use to take a web page and convert it to a .pdf document. While not as “clean” as a printable view, it works well enough for those who are looking for a hardcopy version. And…it is free!

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