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Members of the parish of St. Dominic Salvio explain their parish-wide catechetist training program. (CT/Photo by Gail Finke)
Your faith can come alive at any moment of your day. “Daddy, why is the priest dressed like Jesus?” your son asks you during Mass. You freeze. No one’s ever asked you that before. What do you do? You can shush him, or you can teach him something about the

VOCARE, the first project developed by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s new Catechetical Institute, is being launched with four area convocations for catechists this fall (for our coverage, see the September print issue). Replacing the previous system of certification classes for religion teachers, school principals, and anyone teaching catechesis for parishes,

The archdiocese’s new online certification program for catechists, Vocare, will launch this month for Catholic parish catechists, principals and teachers. Developed over 18 months after five years of researching how to best deliver catechetical training in the archdiocese, Vocare (pronounced “voh-CAHR-ay”) will add ongoing formation to one-time training. It will

The new online certification process for catechists announced by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr in February will launch at the end of June. “Vocare: Called to teach,” will be a blended learning environment combining in-person and online classes. The result of 18 months of strategic re-visioning, it was created in response