“On the subject of divine things, he who believes he has already found does not find what he is looking for, and has searched in vain.” – St Leo the Great

Today we are continuing a series of episodes covering different chapters from The Religious Potential of the Child.  We have a new page on the website where you can find the podcast episodes that correspond with different chapters in this book to aid your own personal study or a book study with some friends or catechists! We hope you will make this your summer book study! See below to purchase your copy of the third edition of The Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti. 

 

Sue Stuhlsatz-Reese joins us on the podcast today to discuss Ch. 10 of The Religious Potential of the Child on The Method of Signs.  What does the Method of Signs mean? How is this lived out in our faith? Why is this important in the religious formation of children?  And so much more!

 

Sue Stuhlsatz-Reese began her formation in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd in 1996 and has been formed in Levels I, II, III and Infant-Toddler. Her ongoing formation in CGS includes the Cavalletti Heritage Course at Aquinas Institute and being formed by children in the atrium. She currently works with toddlers, Level I and Level II in the atrium. Working with children in the atrium has expanded to include serving as a Level I formation leader and as Board Chair for CGSUSA. Her very favorite people include her husband, three children, and four grandchildren. Sue’s family also includes two rescued dogs.  

 

Check out our new podcast series page that tells you what episodes correspond to what chapter of the book! 

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This week we are lifting up our Benefactor Member- Mustard Seed Training is a small group of home-based Christian artisans in Northeast Ohio who pray for the recipient while making these materials for children and families.

Mustard Seed Training has been approved by The United States Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd to partner as a vendor member.

All CGS materials are supplied unfinished allowing the catechist to finish them in accordance with the CGS Method. In addition, our artisans commit to the following:

  • Use furniture-grade birch plywood
  • Use 3/8" wood with joints instead of 1/4" for sturdier dioramas
  • Keep popular materials in stock for faster shipping (for example our 2D & 3D figures)
  • Ship unassembled when possible to save you on postage
  • Produce made-to-order items within 6 weeks when not in stock
  • Choose eco-friendly shipping and printing supplies

“We hope the materials available here will assist you in completing your CGS atrium! It is an honor to serve your ministry.”

Feel free to contact Meagen Farrell at learn@mustseed.org or 216.973.4977 for:

  • Custom requests
  • Specific deadlines
  • Bulk items for retreats or materials making workshops

mustseed.org 

 

Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at www.cgsusa.org

 

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“Blessed be the Lord God, the God of Israel, who alone does wonderful deeds.  Blessed be his glorious name forever; may he fill all the earth with his glory.  Amen and amen.”  Psalm 73:18-19 NAB

 

Today we are continuing a series of episodes covering different chapters from The Religious Potential of the Child.  We have a new page on the website where you can find the podcast episodes that correspond with different chapters in this book to aid your own personal study or a book study with some friends or catechists! We hope you will make this your summer book study! See below to purchase your copy of the third edition of The Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti. 

 

Claire Paglia is back on the podcast to help us explore wonder especially pertaining to spiritual formation.  We talk about how adults can aid or stifle wonder in children and dive into the how wonder aids the exploration of the Kingdom of God parables in the atrium. 

 

Claire Paglia is a child of the atrium. As an adult, she is an AMI-trained guide who has been in the primary environment for 12 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in education with a concentration in Montessori from Loyola University, Maryland. She worked for a year as a course assistant for the primary training center. In 2012, she received her Level I formation and has been a catechist at her church in varying capacities since then. She enjoys spending time with her family and particularly enjoys preparing Montessori-friendly spaces at home for her three children.

 

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This week we are lifting up our Benefactor Member: The Catechists Husband

A message from The Catechists Husband: We hope everyone had a good lent and Easter.  It's time to start looking toward the summer and we would like to remind everyone that supply chain issues are impacting everyone.  Please give your vendors and local craftsmen as much notice as possible for next year.  You don't want to wait until the end of the summer to order your materials for the new year. To find out more about the Catechists Husband and to see the handcrafted materials for purchase, go to https://thecatechistshusband.com/

 

Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at www.cgsusa.org

 

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“By the mouths of children, babes in arms, you set a stronghold firm against your foes.” – Psalm 8:2

 

Today we are continuing a series of episodes covering different chapters from The Religious Potential of the Child.  We have a new page on the website where you can find the podcast episodes that correspond with different chapters in this book to aid your own personal study or a book study with some friends or catechists! We hope you will make this your summer book study! See below to purchase your copy of the third edition of The Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti. 

 

Marilee Quinn joins us on the podcast today to discuss the power of silence in prayer as spoken about at the end of Ch. 7 of The Religious Potential of the Child on Prayer.  She helps us see the beauty of silence, how to help children make silence, and specifically speaks about Maria Montessori’s Silence Game

 

Marilee Quinn has been a Primary Montessori Guide at Sancta Maria School in Eudora KS for 37 years.  She fell in love with the Good Shepherd at the first national training in South Bend Indiana and for the past 30 years has been listened to the voice of the Shepherd with the children in all three levels of CGS.   As a formation leader for Levels 1,2,&3, she have been blessed to listen to the Shepherd with adults as well.  Most recently the Shepherd called her to be the director of Mary’s Catholic Montessori Training Center.  She served one term on the CGS National Board and currently serves on the CGS Discernment Committee.  She received an AMI certificate from Avila College and BA in Early Childhood Education from the University of Kansas.  Her greatest joy is being a mother  and grandmother.

 

Check out our new podcast series page that tells you what episodes correspond to what chapter of the book! 

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This week we are lifting up our Benefactor Member- Mustard Seed Training is a small group of home-based Christian artisans in Northeast Ohio who pray for the recipient while making these materials for children and families.

Mustard Seed Training has been approved by The United States Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd to partner as a vendor member.

All CGS materials are supplied unfinished allowing the catechist to finish them in accordance with the CGS Method. In addition, our artisans commit to the following:

  • Use furniture-grade birch plywood
  • Use 3/8" wood with joints instead of 1/4" for sturdier dioramas
  • Keep popular materials in stock for faster shipping (for example our 2D & 3D figures)
  • Ship unassembled when possible to save you on postage
  • Produce made-to-order items within 6 weeks when not in stock
  • Choose eco-friendly shipping and printing supplies

“We hope the materials available here will assist you in completing your CGS atrium! It is an honor to serve your ministry.”

Feel free to contact Meagen Farrell at learn@mustseed.org or 216.973.4977 for:

  • Custom requests
  • Specific deadlines
  • Bulk items for retreats or materials making workshops

mustseed.org 

 

Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at www.cgsusa.org

 

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“By the mouths of children, babes in arms, you set a stronghold firm against your foes.” – Psalm 8:2

 

Today we are continuing a series of episodes covering different chapters from The Religious Potential of the Child.  We have a new page on the website where you can find the podcast episodes that correspond with different chapters in this book to aid your own personal study or a book study with some friends or catechists! We hope you will make this your summer book study! See below to purchase your copy of the third edition of The Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti. 

 

Katy Beedle Rice joins us on the podcast today to discuss Ch. 7 of The Religious Potential of the Child on Prayer.  She speaks about how the 3-6 year old child prayer, how we as adults can foster that prayer life, the importance of kerygma and silence and so much more!

 

Katy is a Level 1 and Level 2 formation leader with CGSUSA. She currently lives in Boise, Idaho, with her husband and three children, and volunteers as a catechist for children ages 3-12 in several atria in the Boise area. In May 2017 she graduated from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Missouri with a Masters in Pastoral Studies with a concentration in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. In 2021 Katy received her certification as a Montessori Guide for 3 to 6 year-old children.

 

Check out our new podcast series page that tells you what episodes correspond to what chapter of the book! 

Download study questions for Religious Potential of the Child for your book study!

 

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Purchase Taste and See by Pam Moore

 

This week we are lifting up our Benefactor Member- Mustard Seed Training is a small group of home-based Christian artisans in Northeast Ohio who pray for the recipient while making these materials for children and families.

Mustard Seed Training has been approved by The United States Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd to partner as a vendor member.

All CGS materials are supplied unfinished allowing the catechist to finish them in accordance with the CGS Method. In addition, our artisans commit to the following:

  • Use furniture-grade birch plywood
  • Use 3/8" wood with joints instead of 1/4" for sturdier dioramas
  • Keep popular materials in stock for faster shipping (for example our 2D & 3D figures)
  • Ship unassembled when possible to save you on postage
  • Produce made-to-order items within 6 weeks when not in stock
  • Choose eco-friendly shipping and printing supplies

“We hope the materials available here will assist you in completing your CGS atrium! It is an honor to serve your ministry.”

Feel free to contact Meagen Farrell at learn@mustseed.org or 216.973.4977 for:

  • Custom requests
  • Specific deadlines
  • Bulk items for retreats or materials making workshops

mustseed.org 

 

Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at www.cgsusa.org

 

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“You prepare a table before me.” -Psalm 23:5

 

Today we will start a series of episodes covering different chapters from The Religious Potential of the Child.  We have a new page on the website where you can find the podcast episodes that correspond with different chapters in this book to aid your own personal study or a book study with some friends or catechists! We hope you will make this your summer book study! See below to purchase your copy of the third edition of The Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti. 

 

Ruth joins us on the podcast today to help us go deeper into Ch. 4 of The Religious Potential of the Child on Christ the Good Shepherd and the Eucharist.  She speaks about the connection between the Bible and the Liturgy, the “Sacrament of Gift” and so much more. 

 

Ruth Ohm Sutherland is a catechist in Levels 1-3 (currently involved in CGS Infant-Toddler Catechist Formation) and a Formation Leader for Level 1. She has started the CGS in several cities, most recently in Wausau, Wisconsin; she offers atrium sessions at all three levels in Wausau. Prior to moving to Wisconsin, Ruth taught Sacred Scripture at St. Patrick's Seminary & University in San Francisco.

 

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Check out our new podcast series page that tells you what episodes correspond to what chapter of the book! 

Download study questions for Religious Potential of the Child for your book study!

This week we are lifting up our Benefactor Member: The Catechists Husband

 

A message from The Catechists Husband: We would like to wish everyone a happy Easter.  We hope everyone had a good lent and Easter.  It's time to start looking toward the summer and we would like to remind everyone that supply chain issues are impacting everyone.  Please give your vendors and local craftsmen as much notice as possible for next year.  You don't want to wait until the end of the summer to order your materials for the new year. To find out more about the Catechists Husband and to see the handcrafted materials for purchase, go to https://thecatechistshusband.com/

 

Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at www.cgsusa.org

 

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“This is my blood of the covenant which will be shed for many.” Mark 14:24

 

Marty joins us on the podcast again today to dive into Chapter 3 of Ways to Nurture the Relationship with God as a way for us to enter the Paschal Mystery during Holy Week and the Easter season.  We explore the connections between the Passover Meal, Last Supper, the Paschal Mystery, and the Eucharist.

 

Marty O’Bryan began her formation in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd with Sofia Cavalletti in 1983 and has been a catechists since 1985. She conducts adult formations at Levels I, II and III throughout the United States. A retired speech and language pathologist, Marty holds a Master of Arts degree in Pastoral Studies with an emphasis on the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd from Aquinas Institute of Theology. Currently, she works with children in Level I, II, and III atria in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix.

 

Ways to Nurture Your Relationship with God – Chapter 3

 

 

Previous episode with Marty O’Bryan – Episode 15 – Chapter 1: God and the Child Together– The Good Shepherd and the Child: A Joyful Journey with Marty O’Bryan

 

Spring Catechist Study Day

Gather with fellow catechists to explore the presentation of the Empty Tomb, the Resurrection Narratives, and the Pentecost Celebration.  We will also discuss some practical end of the year procedures. Join us on Zoom on Tuesday, April 19th, from 8-9 ET as we enter into the joy of the resurrection.  This formation day is designed for those members of CGSUSA who have completed a CGSUSA sponsored Catechists Formation (at least Level One Formation) or are currently participating in a CGSUSA sponsored formation course.  Space in limited so register online

 

This week we are lifting up our Benefactor Member- Mustard Seed Training is a small group of home-based Christian artisans in Northeast Ohio. We prayed for you while making these materials for children and families.

Mustard Seed Training has been approved by The United States Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd to partner as a vendor member.

All CGS materials are supplied unfinished allowing the catechist to finish them in accordance with the CGS Method. In addition, our artisans commit to the following:

  • Use furniture-grade birch plywood
  • Use 3/8" wood with joints instead of 1/4" for sturdier dioramas
  • Keep popular materials in stock for faster shipping (for example our 2D & 3D figures)
  • Ship unassembled when possible to save you on postage
  • Produce made-to-order items within 6 weeks when not in stock
  • Choose eco-friendly shipping and printing supplies

We hope the materials available here will assist you in completing your CGS atrium! It is an honor to serve your ministry.

Feel free to contact Meagen Farrell at learn@mustseed.org or 216.973.4977 for:

  • Custom requests
  • Specific deadlines
  • Bulk items for retreats or materials making workshops

mustseed.org 

 

 

Learn more about the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at www.cgsusa.org

 

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"I will take you from the nations and gather you from all the countries and bring you into your own land." Ezekiel 36:24

 

Betty Hissong has been a Montessori teacher, having started the second Montessori school in the United States in the mid-1960s, a Montessori teacher-trainer, a Good Shepherd catechist, and a formation leader for more than 40 years. She is in Cleveland, Ohio. Now, at almost 95 years old she may be the oldest CGS catechist and formation leader. She shares some of her stories about her early years in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.

 

Spring Catechist Study Day

 

Gather with fellow catechists to explore the presentation of the Empty Tomb, the Resurrection Narratives, and the Pentecost Celebration.  We will also discuss some practical end of the year procedures. Join us on Zoom on Tuesday, April 19th, from 8-9 ET as we enter into the joy of the resurrection.  This formation day is designed for those members of CGSUSA who have completed a CGSUSA sponsored Catechists Formation (at least Level One Formation) or are currently participating in a CGSUSA sponsored formation course.  Space in limited so register online 

 

 

Our Vendor Organization Members are organizations, companies, or individuals who create and sell goods that support catechists in preparing Atrium materials for children.  They go through an approval process and are formally recognized as vendors our members can trust.  

Materials offered for sale by Vendor Members must follow the guidelines for materials identified by the International Council (Consiglio) in the “Characteristics of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and must sell products that are safe under the regulations of the United States Consumer Products Safety Commission. Vendor Members of CGSUSA are an important part of our CGSUSA members’ ministry with children.  CGSUSA strives to build connections between our catechist members and our vendor members. 

 

We are grateful to Catechist Husband, a Benefactor Vendor member, for all the help and support that have shared with us over the years.  

 

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“O Lord, our Lord, how awesome is your name through all the earth! I will sing of your majesty above the heavens with the mouths of babes and infants. – Psalm 8:2-3a

 

“If we let ourselves become involved in the Word of God with children, we, too, can discover some fundamental values of the religious life.” – Sofia Cavalletti (Journals, Winter 1985)

 

“We do not lose childhood as that which recedes ever further into our past, that which remains behind as we advance forward in time, but rather we go toward it as that which has been achieved in time and redeemed forever in time. We only become the children whom we were because we gather up time – and in this our childhood too – into eternity.  Throughout our entire life span… childhood may always remain open.  And we may still have to go on living through our own childhood in our life taken as a whole because it always remains an open question for us.”  Karl Rahner, “Ideas for a Theology of Childhood,” Theological Investigations, vol. 8

 

 

Ann Garrido joins us on the podcast today to speak about her new book Preaching With Children.  Preaching in congregations with many children is one of the most difficult challenges many preachers face. Whether you are a priest, deacon, catechist, or prayer leader, this book offers practical help in crafting specific homilies for children. Drawing on insights gleaned within the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Garrido helps preachers understand key characteristics of childhood and children’s spirituality and presents ways to reflect on Scripture through the lens of the young child. Preachers will discover that they are preaching with children, rather than preaching to them.

 

Ann Garrido is associate professor of homiletics at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, MO and founding director of the school’s Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies program with an emphasis on the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (MAPS-CGS).  She has served as a catechist with children ages 3-12 since 1996. Ann is also a formation leader with the U.S Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for twenty-one years and a member of the association’s formation committee.  She is the author of eight books, including Mustard Seed Preaching (LTP, 2003) and A Year with Sofia Cavalletti (LTP, 2017).

 

Garrido, Ann Preaching with Children

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 Garrido, Ann. A Year with Sofia Cavalletti (Chicago: LTP, 2018)

https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.449202187

 

Garrido, Ann. Let's Talk about Truth (ND: Ave Maria Press, 2020)

http://anngarrido.com/writing

 

Ann Garrido’s personal website: https://anngarrido.com/

 

 

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“God is love.”  1 John 4:8

 

Claudia Margarita Schmitt joins us on the podcast today to discuss the depth of the Examination of Conscience. She speaks about how moral formation should be a response to the child’s already established relationship with God.  A foundation rooted in them knowing how loved they are by God and their response to that love. 

 

Claudia Margarita Schmitt lived in many different countries throughout her life. She has discovered over time that her roots are first in her Roman Catholic faith and also in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.  Everywhere she goes she recognizes the same language being used to discover the mystery of God. As an international formation leader for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. She constantly has this experience of finding her roots.  She has been a catechists for 33 years and a formation leader for 32.  She lived for 8 years in Rome studying and working with Gianna Gobbi and Sofia Cavalletti. She describes this time as precious and that they taught her many things but first to be humble. 

 

Resources to Continue Pondering the subject of Moral Formation:

 

Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti - https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.708804039

 

Religious Potential of the Child 6 to 12 Years Old by Sofia Cavalletti-

https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.859210857

 

The Good Shepherd and the Child: A Joyful Journey-

https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.449824907

 

Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues by Rebekah Rojcewicz-

https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.1178214665

 

Episode 33 – Moral Formation with Rebekah Rojcewicz - https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-33/

 

 

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“I no longer call you slaves, because a slave does not know what his master is doing.  I have called you friends, because I have told you everything I have heard from my Father.” John 15:15 NAB

 

Tina Lillig has been described as a visionary religious educator, a wife, a mother, and a grandmother.  She was instrumental both in bringing the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd to her community in Oak Park, IL and also in the growth of the United States Association of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.  She was a dear friend to so many in our work and so on this week of Valentine’s Day we would like to remember our Valentina.  There are many many people who loved Tina and who have stories to share about her and so today we would like to share with you a few of those starting with her beloved husband, John.

 

As John spoke about, we have the Tina Lillig Memorial Fund to financially support the growth of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.  It is a source of scholarships and grants for missionary outreach to organizations working to open atria in underserved regions in the United States.  To learn more about applying for funds from the Tina Lillig Memorial Fund or if you would like to financially support the Memorial Fund please go to:  https://www.cgsusa.org/learn/courses-for-adults/scholarship-grant-information/

 

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd in a Parish Setting Revised by Tina Lillig

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Life of the Catechist: The Necessity of Friendship for the Catechist from the 2000 Journal by Tina Lillig

https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-57/

 

A Celebration of the Life of Tina Lillig from the 2011 Journal by Barbara Schmich Searle

https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-57/

 

Tina from the 2011 Journal by Carol Nyberg-Caraviotis

https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-57/

 

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