THE CATHOLIC FAITH FOR TEENS
Chosen is going to change the way we pass along our precious gift of the Catholic Faith to the next generation. Designed to offer young people a life-changing experience as they journey through their Catholic faith in all its richness and vitality, the goal is nothing short of winning over the hearts of teens and making them lifelong disciples of Christ.
Chosen utilizes a powerful and effective methodology with lessons designed to capture teens’ attention and present the faith in new and unexpected ways. Featuring multiple dynamic presenters in visually stunning, fast-paced videos, along with fully integrated written materials for students and leaders as well as a rich offering of free, online resources, Chosen is unlike anything available in the Church today.
Comprehensive. Relevant. Effective.
- Calls teens to a personal encounter with Jesus Christ.
- Visually stunning, fast-paced videos, filmed in more than fifty locations throughout the U.S. and internationally.
- Featuring twelve top youth experts presenting the faith in new and unexpected ways.
- Effective methodology based on the RCIA model (i.e., pre-evangelization, evangelization, catechesis, and discipleship) and grounded in the Catechism and Scripture.
- Easy to implement, with step-by-step leader’s notes and flexible scheduling options.
- Connects with teens and inspires them on multiple levels—intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
- Rich offering of free, continually updated online resources, including downloads for a Retreat, Penance Service, Examination of Conscience, and more.
It became evident during development that Chosen’s content goes beyond sacramental preparation. In response to the very high level of interest from early reviewers, educators, and group leaders—and to the enthusiasm from various experts involved in the project—Chosen has been produced in two formats: a Confirmation edition and a general Faith Formation edition. Both Chosen formats offer the same dynamic and powerful twenty-four lessons, differing only in the emphasis that key sessions of the Confirmation edition place on sacramental preparation.