Ministry with Persons with Disabilities

We assist parishes in opening their doors to welcome persons with disabilities, and their families, into the full life of the Church. Consultation and formation opportunities are available that promote lifelong faith formation, sacramental preparation and total parish access for every baptized Catholic. Strategies, best practices, and resources exist that support the inclusion of diverse learners. 

"Every parish should seek out its parishioners with cognitive, emotional and physical disabilities, support them with love and concern, and ensure that they have ready access to a catechetical program suited to their needs and abilities." - National Directory for Catechesis, 61.

 

Coming in August:

New Book: The Adaptive Teacher

Faith-Based Strategies to Reach and Teach Learners with Disabilities

 

Sensory Friendly Mass:

All are invited to attend a “Sensory-Friendly” Mass being celebrated at St. Matthew the Evangelist (9915 Hollister Street, 77040) on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. This Mass aims to support individuals with sensory processing needs to more easily attend Mass. Click here for more information and to register.

  

July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

 

Click here for Disability News You Can Use

 

 

 

St. John Vianney Faith Formation Class for Learners with Autism; Penny Khuri, Catechist/Parent

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Contact Information
For more information or assistance please contact:

Charleen Katra
ckatra@archgh.org
713-741-8730