In September 2012, the CLAA will be offering a Religion program for the little ones. The program will allow pre-reading children to learn their prayers, sing Christian songs, listen to stories from the Bible and lives of the saints, and get started on some of the easier questions of the catechism.
The course will contain the material taught by my wife, Dania Michael, in her weekly Saturday morning catechism classes with local poor and unchurched children at the MOP monastery. Enrollments in the program will support our work with the local poor and contribute to the continued growth of CLAA Missions.
More information will be available on the program later this summer. If you’d like to help CLAA Missions, simply let us know. Opportunities range from overseas missions with the Missionaries of the Poor to local works here in NC to help from your own home. CLAA Missions will be expanding this year with many important projects to help the Church’s evangelization and works of mercy here at home and abroad. More info will be available this summer.