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SPECIAL SECTION for Catechetical Sunday, on the parishes and people who pass the faith on to generations....

A CAMPUS MINISTER WHO ELECTS POPES
"Ann, what are you doing with that big piece of white posterboard?" I asked. "You're in the theology department, not the fine arts department."

PRAYING OUR FAITH
Do you remember who first taught you to pray?

OLV'S LENTEN PROGRAM COMBINED FUN, FAITH
"Troy is hopping," declared Vici Armsby, pastoral associate for faith formation at Our Lady of Victory parish in Troy.

VIRTUAL LIBRARY A NEW RESOURCE
The Albany Diocese's Office of Catholic Faith Formation and Education (OCFFE) has been hard at work over the last few years creating the Albany Catholic Digital Library, an online resource to help catechists and anyone interested in learning more about the Catholic faith.

LONG-TIME CATECHIST HAS TAUGHT GENERATIONS
When Jean Smith started teaching faith formation at Immaculate Conception parish in Glenville in 1987, she had no idea that she would still be a catechist 29 years later.

DIRECTING FAITH FORMATION MEANS CONTACTING FAMILIES
Mary Rosmus' work as director of faith formation for St. Patrick's parish in Cambridge isn't just focused on children. She organizes everything to do with parishioners learning about their faith, especially families.

BAMOFF EDUCATES CATECHETICAL LEADERS
Becoming a Minister of Faith Formation, or BAMOFF, is an annual series offered by the Albany Diocese to train Catholics in becoming parish directors of faith formation, and to enhance the vocation of those already in that ministry.