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Catholic Connection – Feb 9, 2021 – Hour 1

Dr. Tamra Fromm from the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan talks about her new book, “Pre-Evangelization and Young Adult ‘Native Nones.'”


Segment 1 – Intro and News


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Segment 3 – Pre-Evangelization and Young Adult “Native Nones”: A New Paradigm for Reaching the Unchurched

What motivates American young adult “native nones,” or those who have grown up without a religious background, to investigate the Catholic faith? What turns them off? How do we reach them? Tamra Hull Fromm re-examines the role of pre-evangelization in the contemporary context and presents a micro-study of twenty-four “native nones” who chose to investigate the Catholic Church through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) in the Archdiocese of Detroit, USA.

Dr. Tamra Fromm is an instructor at the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan. Prior to joining the CBSM team, she served in several capacities, including Director of Genesis Ministries where she worked with young adults between the ages of 18-35 in the sixty parishes of Oakland County, Michigan. Dr. Fromm has worked for the Archdiocese of Detroit as the Director of Marketing for Catholic Schools, advertising for and consulting with 120 Catholic elementary and high schools on strategic planning, development and enrollment management. She has also served Sacred Heart Major Seminary as both the Director of Admissions & Enrollment Management and as a Professor of Theology.

The book: Pre-Evangelization and Young Adult “Native Nones”: A New Paradigm for Reaching the Unchurched


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