Short Bio: Mikki Sciba is the Catechetical Specialist for the St. Philip Institute of Catechesis and Evangelization in the Diocese of Tyler.
Mikki Sciba is the Catechetical Specialist for the St. Philip Institute of Catechesis and Evangelization in the Diocese of Tyler. She develops and implements creative methods for evangelizing and catechizing children, teens, adults, and families. Her efforts involve forming catechists, directing the Special Needs Ministry, and integrating the children’s catechesis into opportunities for continued formation of adults and families, especially as they prepare to celebrate the sacraments.
She authored The Way of the Holy Family Baptism formation program and enjoys exploring ways to help individuals and families grow in the grace received through the sacraments.
Mikki graduated from Benedictine College in 2005 with a B.A. in Religious Studies, Youth Ministry, and Philosophy. Prior to her work at the St. Philip Institute, Mikki taught high school theology for eleven years. Throughout those years she also served as a parish youth minister, an assistant DRE, department chair, campus minister, and CCD catechist. She has given presentations at diocesan youth events, catechetical conferences, and teacher in-services. She has a passion for teaching others how to teach the faith.
Mikki and her husband, Matthew, live in Tyler with their three children.
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