Together Along the Way
Together Along the Way

Together Along the Way

Conversations inspired by the Directory for Catechesis

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RELIGION

264 Pages, 5 x 7

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Publication Date: May 2021

ISBN 9780824550844

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Overview

This collection of 12 insightful essays brings together several of the leading voices in Catholic religious education in the United States of America as the share their vision for faith formation in the twenty-first century while engaging in dialogue with the 2020 Directory for Catechesis. In the large, diverse and complex religious education landscape, directories for catechesis function as atlases that guide educators and faith communities. However, we need leaders and visionaries who help us to interpret those atlases and read the maps they contain. The authors in Together Along the Way draw from the best of their scholarship as well as their on-the-ground commitments to delineate horizons and contexts. This book is a great resource for religious educators, teachers, pastoral leaders, evangelizers and anyone else interested in sharing the best of the Catholic tradition with creativity.

Author Biography

Hosffman Ospino, PhD is Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Education at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry where he also chairs the Department of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry (DREPM). His research focuses on the relationship between faith and culture, and how that conversation shapes catechesis, theological education and ministerial activity in culturally diverse contexts. He has authored and edited more than a dozen books on ministry and catechesis. Theresa A. O’Keefe, PhD is Associate Professor at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. Dr. O’Keefe’s research, writing, and teaching focus on youth and young adult faith. Recognizing that young people are formed in diverse settings, she looks to how Catholic parishes, secondary schools, or universities best contribute to their formation. Her award-winning book is Navigating toward Adulthood: A Theology of Ministry with Adolescents (Paulist Press, 2018).