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Road to Emmaus: A New Model for Catechesis Paperback – 31 Jul 1994


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HASH(0x9447d444) out of 5 stars Excellent Resource For Catechists 7 Jan. 2002
By Kristina Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
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Mr. Ashkar uses the themes from Luke's account of the Emmaus story to describe a new method for teaching the faith of the Catholic Church. His primary focus is meeting students where they are in their faith journey and from that starting point, guiding them through evangelization to the liturgy, to Jesus the Christ in the Eucharist. Ashkar's writing style is very accessable and enjoyable. He demonstrates how to make catechesis a personal experience, not just an academic one. I loved this book. It has helped me to define my purpose as a teacher of the faith and it has also greatly influenced the religious education program at my parish.
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