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Religious Education Office

REO - Home
For Catechetical Leaders
Resources for Pastoral Framework
Calendars & Events
Child/Family
For Parents & Guardians
Catholic Faith for Families
For Catechists/Teachers
For DREs, CREs or Principals
Safe Environment
Safe Environment - Public Schools
Safe Environment - Parents
Safe Environment - Child Instruction
VIRTUS/Protecting God's Children Workshops
Adult Formation
For Catholic Adults
For Adult Formation Leaders
Parent Faith Formation Videos
Whole Parish Faith Formation
Using Media & Technology
Online Learning - VLCFF
Special Needs Catechesis
Biblical Institute
Student Testimonials
Sample Lecture
Multicultural Resources
Liturgical Catechesis & Prayer
Evangelization & Renewal
NCCL Evangelizing Catechesis Articles
Evangelizing Through Art - Mary Queen of Heaven
Publications
Leaven (REO Newsletter)
Letters & Resources from the Director
Resources for Catechist Letter
First Eucharist Webinar
Reconciliation Webinar
Pope Francis Resources
Employment
 

How to Use this Website

See the tutorial below, or contact jdonahue@dioceseofjoliet.org or call 815-221-6146



Step 1: Whom am I serving?

First, determine which audience you are looking for resources to serve:
Children and families or the leaders and catechists who serve them?
Click "Child & Family Formation"
Adults, or the leaders and catechists who serve them?
Click "Adult Faith Formation"
A catechetical leader looking for resources for your own ongoing formation or enrichment?
Click "Catechetical Leadership"

Step 2: Who am I?

Click the one that applies to you.
For Children & Families or Adults you will then go to a landing page with more choices.
Below are the 2nd-level pages you will see:


NOTES: the yellow "For Parish Staff" box is a direct link
to the password-protected leadership site
which contains policy and personnel documents

Clicking on any of the front page buttons will reveal
the hidden left side menu,

which is arranged in order of importance under each area.