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    Who We Are

    Into the Deep is Catholic catechesis that seeks to make disciples.

    I’m Olivia, a wife and homeschooling mom of four making our home in Kentucky.

    I graduated from the Franciscan University of Steubenville with degrees in theology and catechetics and have worked in those fields for over a decade.

    “I actually started tearing up while looking through this resource. It is so needed in the catechesis of our children.”
    - Allie
    “Everything Into the Deep creates is filled with truth, beauty, and goodness!”
    - Olivia
    “I’ve been teaching catechism for about 15 years and this is one of the best and most adaptable units…I’ve ever come across!”
    - Molly

    Our resources are anchored in Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition, and the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.

      We’re passionate about telling the Story of Salvation History so that our children see that they have a God-given role to play.

      Our ultimate goal is to offer our children an opportunity to encounter the Person of Jesus Christ, the One Who will change their lives. 

      You have a lot to juggle, so our resources are open-and-go, meaning there is little to no preparation required

      We have our own share of boisterous kids, so we understand the need for sturdy materials. Ours can take a beating.

      The kind of fishing you and I are doing in our homes? It’s hidden, too. (Which is great, because there’s always a pile of clean laundry on my couch waiting to be folded 😉 Turns out I’d rather be stirring risotto, reading Isaiah, or soaking in a hot Epsom salt bath.)

      In all seriousness, the work of making disciples is not for the faint of heart. It requires an upstream swim and a downfalling on our knees. There are no guarantees—we walk by faith.

      But there’s comfort in knowing that we are each tending to our own boat, side-by-side on the water.

      If you’re looking for encouragement in your labor, let’s be friends on Instagram. No chicken little or highlight reels here, just a gentle nudge, a wink, and a quick, “hey, we’ve got this.”

      I've kept you long enough now, like a good southern goodbye. Be sure to check out the shop on your way out, and come hang out any time! 

      You’ll be in our prayers. Hearts up!

      Before you go, can I pour you a cup of tea?

      That’s what I hope to do in The Catechetical Commonplace, our bimonthly newsletter that seeks to fill your cup while you pour into your children.