Catechist magazine and website has been relaunched!
NEW LONDON, CT – Catechist magazine and website has been relaunched to improve the experience of readers both in print and online.
The changes give Catechist magazine and website a new look that is more accessible while offering more content for catechists, religion teachers, and parish leaders with regard to catechetical formation, in addition to helpful lessons and activities, and relevant resources readers have come to expect.
The updated Catechist.com is now mobile ready making Catechist content more available than ever before. Readers will be able to access materials online with ease and well as look back that archives stored on the website.
Editor of Catechist Pat Gohn said “What a great way to celebrate Catechist’s 50th anniversary – with redesigns of the magazine and website. Our aim is to serve the Church’s vital mission of catechesis by serving our readership. We hope Catechist and Catechist.com helps readers to grow in their love for Christ, and in their call to share and teach the faith with passion and devotion” regarding the relaunch.
For fifty years, Catechist magazine has been the leading Catholic parish religious education publication. Catechist magazine and website provide reliable catechetical information. Each issue of the magazine offers inspiring features — this year’s focus is on the six tasks of catechesis. Departments cover catechetics, reproducible lessons and activities, craft ideas, prayer and celebration suggestions, catechetical leadership information, weekly gospel reflections, and news about books, movies, videos, apps, websites, that enhance experiences of faith formation.
The new format for Catechist magazine is available starting with the September issue. Existing subscribers will continue to receive their copies as usual.
For more information or interviews, contact Catechist Editor, Pat Gohn: firstname.lastname@example.org