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Latest Post from Fr. Klein

A Child's Heart

“Go make disciples… teach them all that I have taught you!”

Have you ever stopped to consider what an amazing responsibility the Great Commission is?  Jesus is asking us to teach "all that He has taught." How do we do this with children? Children need to be formed in the richness of the faith even at the youngest age.  The fact that they have been … [Read More...]

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Simplicity and Essentiality. The Liturgy and the art of catechesis with Children.

This blog continues our reflection on the methods and ideas of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. The Eucharistic service in the Book of Common Prayer has a central and meaningful place in the Atrium. The word “liturgy” has it’s roots in secular classical Greek. It meant a "public work" that … [Read More...]

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