Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church

507 Buchanan Dr. Burnet Tx. 78611

 

Holy Cross Catholic Church

Hwy. 29 South. Bertram Tx. 78605

 

 

 

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Working to Be One

 

Sacraments:

Baptism

First Holy Communion

Confirmation

Reconciliation

Saturday, 4:00-4:45 or by appointment

Holy Matrimony

Please contact us 6 months in advance

Holy Orders

Anointing of the Sick

OMOS/HC Religious Education classes meet Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00PM.

CATECHESIS:

 ...is the act of handing on the Word of God intended to inform the faith community and candidates for initiation into the Church about the teachings of Christ, transmitted by the Apostles to the Church.

...involves the lifelong effort of forming people into witnesses to Christ and opening their hearts to the spiritual transformation given by the Holy Spirit. (usccb)

 

Contact us for more information: (512) 756-2323 or (512) 756-4410


Email at: omoscc@omoscc.com

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        The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC 1656) states that by word and example parents are the first teachers of the faith with regard to their children. As parents, you have the awesome responsibility of helping your child form a good conscience, distinguish between right and wrong, and good and evil. It is through your efforts, that your child establishes a system of values and a code of morality. It is through your lives, that he/she comes to understand forgiveness. It is by witnessing your faith in Christ, that your child comes to know Jesus. Each family home is called a “domestic church” (CCC 1666), and as parents, you help your child understand that every single thought, word, and action is either answering “YES” to God and walking towards Him, or answering “NO” to God and walking away from Him.

                   Religious Education classes meet Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00pm.

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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION


"Catechesis is nothing other than the process of transmitting the Gospel, as the Christian community has received it, understands it, celebrates it, lives it and communicates it in many ways."  (General Directory for Catechesis #105) Jesus empowered the Church to continue His mission when He said, "Full authority has been given to me both in heaven and on earth; go, therefore and make disciples of all the nations. Baptize them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Teach them to carry out everything I have commanded you. And know that I am with you always, until the end of time" (Mt. 28:18-20).

 

This great commission has been handed to women and men, whom God has called, to proclaim the Good News. This ministry of teaching and forming has traditionally been referred to as catechesis.

 

The name of catechesis was given to the whole of the efforts within the Church to make disciples, to help people to believe that Jesus is the Son of God...and to educate and instruct them in this life and thus build up the Body of Christ (Catechesi Tradendae #1).

 

The word catechesis comes from the Greek meaning "to echo the teaching" meaning that catechesis or the teaching of the faith is an interactive process in which the Word of God re-sounds between and among the proclaimer, the one receiving the message, and the Holy Spirit! Catechesis is a life-long process of initial conversion, formation, education, and on-going conversion. Through word, worship, service and community, it seeks to lead all God's people to an ever deepening relationship with God who reveals himself in Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit.  Catechesis takes many forms and includes the initiation of adults, youth and children as well as the intentional and systematic effort to enable all to grow in faith and discipleship.

 

Source: http://www.catechesis-chicago.org/