Kisling, Sarah

Sarah KislingSarah K. Kisling

SampleTalks (descriptions below): Morality: A Life of Happiness, Sexual Union in the Plan of God, The Catechetical Mission of the Church, The Ecclesial Method of Catechesis, The Catholic Mission of Justice

A sample of Sarah’s topics:

  • Creed
  • Sacraments
  • Liturgy
  • Morality
  • Catechetics
  • Ecclesiology
  • Christology
  • Eschatology
  • Apologetics
  • Church Documents

Speaker's Bio: A native of the diocese of Wichita, Sarah Kisling has worked in the field of catechetics for over 10 years. After spending time in mission work at a Catholic high school in Belize, Central America, she taught at an archdiocesan high school in Atlanta for six years, followed by Bishop Carroll Catholic High School in Wichita. She is a graduate of Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic High School, with an undergraduate degree in Theology and Religious Education from Franciscan University of Steubenville, a post-graduate certificate in Catechetics from the Maryvale Institute in Birmingham, England, and a Masters in Theological Studies from the Augustine Institute in Denver. Sarah and her husband, Ryan, have 3 children. The Kislings are members of Blessed Sacrament parish.

 

Title

Topic/Description

Format

Duration

1.

Morality: A Life of Happiness

A look at Morality as more than merely commandments, but rather a pathway to true happiness in Christ.

 

Frequency/duration can vary based on the needs of the parish.

2.

Sexual Union in the Plan of God

Christ’s plan for our vocations, primarily the vocation to matrimony, through the lens of Scripture and Church Tradition, especially John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.

 

Frequency/duration can vary based on the needs of the parish.

3.

The Catechetical Mission of the Church

An examination of the call to catechesis and evangelization, with a focus on specific catechetical terms and themes and an emphasis on the Christocentricity of catechesis.

 

Frequency/duration can vary based on the needs of the parish.

4.

The Ecclesial Method of Catechesis

A consideration of one method of catechetical lesson-planning, adaptable for any age group or audience.

 

Frequency/duration can vary based on the needs of the parish.

5.

The Catholic Mission of Justice

An overview of the social doctrine of the Church: its history, themes, and current implications for the Church in the modern world.

 

Frequency/duration can vary based on the needs of the parish.