Fr Marcus Holden and Fr Andrew Pinsent
The Evangelium Presenter's Guide is a 64-page A4 guide to presenting Evangelium sessions. It includes straightforward instructions on leading the presentations and using the software and 2 pages of guidelines for each session, including suggested ways to introduce, lead and conclude the presentations.
The Evangelium course contains 25 modules, which are 1 hour and 10 minutes long. Each session is complete in itself and can be adapted to suit your needs. It is also suitable for self-teaching Anyone willing to introduce, display the slides, and conclude each session can present the course. No special teaching expertise or training is required other than reading the guidelines in the Presenter's Guide. Visual aids and cues in the presentations make it easy for non-experts to give good and attractive presentations. The group will find it helpful to have a copy of the Bible and the Catechism for looking up references during the session.
To show the presentations requires a personal computer (PC) running one of the following operating systems: Windows XP; Windows Server 2003; Windows ME; Windows 2000 Service Pack 3; Windows 98 Second Edition. No additional software is required; a copy of PowerPoint Viewer is included free on the Evangelium CD-ROM. The program starts automatically when the CD is inserted into your computer's CD drive.
The best way to show the presentation is to use a PC projector to project the image onto a screen or white wall. Many parishes and schools already own this equipment.
The Evangelium multimedia catechetical course teaches the essentials of Catholic faith and life in a straightforward, precise and attractive manner. It is based on the Catechism and Compendium and uses the beauty of religious art to convey a rich visual experience of Catholic faith, sacraments, morals and prayer.
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