TRAINING & WEBINARS
Welcome to the Training and Webinar Page!
With so much great content on FORMED—available anytime, anywhere—it is important for parish leaders to think of strategic ways to help Catholics develop the habit of faith formation for ongoing conversion. From adult faith formation to strengthening the domestic Church to small group outreach, these live webinar offerings and library of previously recorded webinars will help you make the most of FORMED in your parish.
UPCOMING LIVE WEBINARS
Please register even if you are unable to attend the upcoming FORMED “live webinar.” All registrants will be emailed a link of the recorded webinar the next day so you can watch the webinar at your convenience and share with others.
- Thursday, January 25: 2pm EST – A Closer Look at YDisciple – REGISTER
- Tuesday, February 6: 8pm EST – FORMED Evangelización y Formación de la Fe de los Hispanos (This webinar will be in Spanish) – REGISTER
- Wednesday, February 21: 3pm EST – How to Successfully Implement FORMED in Your Parish – REGISTER
FORMED EVANGELIZATION GEMS
FORMED Evangelization Gems are the very best clips from our webinar library.
Only a few minutes long, these videos highlight the most concise and helpful parts of the webinars we publish each month to give you the inspiration you need, when you need it.
TRAINING & WEBINAR LIBRARY
How to Successfully Implement FORMED in Your Parish – January 10, 2018
True Reformers with Dr. Christopher Blum
Sean Dalton interviews Dr. Christopher Blum, professor and Academic Dean at the Augustine Institute, about six remarkable saints of the Catholic Reformation and why they are so important in the life of the Church today.
A Lent to Remember Parish-Wide Study
Sean Dalton and Jayd Henricks walk you through the A Lent to Remember program, promotional materials, and utilizing custom content and FORMED community for a parish wide study this Lent. A Lent to Remember uses Augustine Institute original productions Forgiven and Symbolon to deliver an engaging presentation on the transforming power of God’s mercy and love in his Paschal Mystery and in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.