Each week, I will feature a different Guest Blogger to answer a question related to religious education, whether it be related to classroom management, lesson planning, spirituality, or general sanity.
Here’s an index of the posts in the series, or you can just browse the entire “Ask a Catechist” archives.
How do you approach the topic of marriage in a class where many of your students have divorced parents?
How do you encourage kids to keep coming to Mass after they’ve received their First Communion?
The lineup of guest bloggers so far includes Jared Dees of The Religion Teacher, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin of DarwinCatholic, Roy Petitfils, Marc Cardaronella, Christian LeBlanc of Smaller Manhattans, Jennifer Fitz of Riparians at the Gate, Sarah Reinhard of Just Another Day of Catholic Pondering, Margaret Felice of Felice Mi Fa, and my friends Scotch Meg, Noah Beacom, Betty Mitchell (my awesome DRE), and Jared Tomanek.
If you’d like to be a guest blogger – the more, the merrier! You can email me through my contact page.
And, if you’d like to submit a question, go right ahead! (I reserve the right to censor or delete any questions that are deliberately inflammatory or offensive, based on my discretion as your blog hostess.) You don’t have to share your name, but I do ask for an email address, so that I can contact you in the event that one of our bloggers chooses to answer your question
Thanks for your time, and I hope you will find this series useful!