Digital Discipleship: Transforming Ministry Through Technology

I am in Marietta, Georgia this weekend, where I am presenting two workshops for the Archdiocesan Diocese of Atlanta North and Northwest Metro Deaneries.  They are hosting a catechist faith formation day around the theme – Open the Door of Faith.

Thank you to the coordinating team who have created a wonderful program for catechists who are attending this event!  Your 2013 program is outstanding!

Thank you to those who attended the workshops that I gave.  Below are the PowerPoints that you can go back to if you wish. I invite you to explore further ACyberPilgrm and Catechesis 2.0 to gather thoughts and ideas for using technology tools with your students.

Blessings to all who attended this wonderful event!  May your year be filled with the graces you need as you share your faith with your students.

 

Comments on: "2013 Catechist Faith Formation Day" (3)

  1. jenmc-stignatius said:

    Will you be at the Faith Formation Day in Orlando on Sept 14th?

    Smiles and Blessings, Jen McIlveen

    Sent from my IPhone.

  2. Yes! Will you be there as well?

  3. Mahon, Mary Ellen said:

    Pat,
    In case you don’t get this blog, I am wondering if the Power Points include here would be of any value as we plan the Tech Skills Formation Day?

    Mary Ellen Mahon
    Secretary for Catholic Formation
    Director for Parish Faith Formation
    Diocese of Manchester
    153 Ash Street
    PO Box 310
    Manchester, NH 03105-0310
    603.669.3100 X 159
    memahon@rcbm.org
    http://www.catholicnh.org

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