Monday, March 2, 2009

Improve Yourself With

Weekly Catechism Programs
Kindergarten through Adult Education

When it comes to the religious education, the spiritual formation, and the moral guidance of our Catholic Youth, set out to provide not just a digital road map, but a veritable itinerary for a cyberspace Journey to the Heavenly Father. provides a trustworthy and highly integrated religious education program:

  • K through 12, Adult Education, RCIA
  • Lectionary driven
  • Catechism based
  • Authentic, orthodox Catholic
  • Fifty two weeks a year
  • Weekly online lessons
  • Comprehensive Catholic catechesis also provides:

  • Built in accountability
  • Freedom to work at home
  • Constantly updated links
  • Student-centered material
  • Maximum flexibility for whole families and individual members
  • Most efficient and effective way to meet everyone’s Catholic responsibilities
A parent or pastor could accept participation in this program as fulfillment of their Canonical and conscientious responsibility for the (orthodox) Catholic rearing of young people.


Anonymous said...

take a look at the links,in catholic organisations,opus dei is opus die.
Error or a jesuit joke?

Joseph Fromm said...

just a plain old spelling error. Thank for tip.

Anonymous said...

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I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Ethical concerns aside... I just hope that as the price of memory decreases, the possibility of copying our memories onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's a fantasy that I daydream about almost every day.

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