Sr. Eva Lumas, SSS SrEvaMarie_Lumas

Sister Eva Marie Lumas, SSS, DMin has served as an Assistant Professor of Catechesis and Culture at the Franciscan School of Theology, Berkeley, Associate Director of the Institute for Black Catholic Studies of Xavier University, and a Catechetical Consultant for the (Arch)dioceses of Los Angeles and Oakland. She is an experienced catechist and well saught after presenter on the topics faith and culture, interculturation, catechist formation and catechetical methodology.

--Sponsored by the Archdiocese of San Francisco

Office of Religious Education and Youth Ministry

 

WORKSHOPS

1-09  Catechesis Requires Good Mentoring

Developing mature faith means more than teaching people to be religiously literate. Primarily, it seeks to invite and prepare a person to become an active contributing member of the faith community. This workshop will explore the essential role of mentoring for developing mature faith.

 

3-09  Faith Journeys Travel the Road of Culture *

John Paul II once wrote that a faith which does not become culture is not fully received or fully lived. This workshop will explore ways for catechists to inform the relationship between faith and culture and propose ways to facilitate cross-cultural faith sharing. (Repeated Workshop 5-06)

 

5-06  Faith Journeys Travel the Road of Culture * (repeat of workshop 3-09)

John Paul II once wrote that a faith which does not become culture is not fully received or fully lived. This workshop will explore ways for catechists to inform the relationship between faith and culture and propose ways to facilitate cross-cultural faith sharing. (Repeated Workshop 5-06)