Raphael, The Disputation of the Blessed Sacrament, c. 1510; Stanza della Segnatura, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City
"Catechesis is intrinsically linked with the whole of liturgical and sacramental activity, for it is in the sacraments, especially in the Eucharist, that Christ Jesus works in fullness for the transformation of human beings.”1
"On the lips of the catechist, the first proclamation must ring out over and over: 'Jesus Christ loves you; he gave his life to save you; and now he is living at your side every day to enlighten, strengthen and free you.’”2
Welcome to the homepage for the Office of Catechesis!
We are currently updating our pages, so if you have any questions about the content or anything else related to catechesis, please feel free to contact:
Jonathan Kaltenbach, Ph.D.
Office Phone: (574) 968-2431
Mrs. Janice Martin
Office Phone: (260) 399-1411
Archbishop Noll Catholic Center
915 South Clinton Street
Fort Wayne IN 46802
Fax: (260) 483-1881
Thank you, and may the Lord Jesus
bless you and your family!
He is truly risen, Alleluia!
Piero della Francesca, The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, 1460s;
Museo Civico di Sansepolcro, Italy