Missionary Discipleship:
A Discipleship That Reaches Out

Rooted In Catholic Social Teaching

Take a spiritual journey this upcoming liturgical year…

Explore the call of the catechist to be a missionary disciple. For the seasons of Advent, Lent, and Easter, NCCL, NFCYM, NCEA, and CRS will accompany catechists in unpacking Catholic Social Teaching and its direct link to the Baptismal call of missionary discipleship. Each session will be offered prior to the liturgical season listed to equip participants with tools and resources for the upcoming weeks to be used for personal and communal reflection.

November 9th
4pm EST


Missionary Discipleship Through the Lens of Catholic Social Teaching Session 1 of 3.
Session 1 will have a focus on the Life and Dignity of the Human Person and the Call to Family, Community and Participation.

Presenter: Kristin Witte, Coordinator of Catholic Education with Catholic Relief Services.

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January 25th
4pm EST

Missionary Discipleship Through the Lens of Catholic Social Teaching Session 2 of 3.
Session 2 will have a focus on Rights and Responsibilities, Preferential Option for the Poor and Vulnerable and the Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers.

Presenter: Beth Knobbe, Relationship Manager in Midwest Region with Catholic Relief Services

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March 22nd
4pm EST

Missionary Discipleship Through the Lens of Catholic Social Teaching Session 3 of 3.
Session 3 will have a focus on Solidarity and Care for God’s Creation.

Presenter: Sergio Lopez, Relationship Manager in the West for Catholic Relief Services

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Catholic Social Teaching
Resources