Year of Faith: A Reflection for Catechetical Leaders

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Not everyone experiences the personal relationship with God that Jesus’ disciples had, yet signs of God’s presence exist all around us. What helps me identify signs of authentic hope? How can I help others see these signs of hope in their everyday lives, especially the families I serve?

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Week 20

 

Luke 9 verse 36:  After the voice had spoken, Jesus was found alone. They fell silent and did not at that time tell anyone what they had seen.

Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 67.  So-called “private” revelations have occurred throughout the ages. While not considered part of the deposit of faith, some of these have been recognized by the authority of the Church as helpful in a particular time.

Not everyone experiences the personal relationship with God that Jesus’ disciples had, yet signs of God’s presence exist all around us. What helps me identify signs of authentic hope? How can I help others see these signs of hope in their everyday lives, especially the families I serve?

Praying with and for you in this Year of Faith,

NPCD Executive Committee members & NCEA Religious Education Department staff.

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