Didactic devices help to increase the efficiency of the instruction process. Most commonly they are divided by applying the criterion of exposed stimuli. We speak then of: visual devices, auditory devices and audiovisual ones. Some add also verbal devices or others, affecting the sense of taste or smell. This vast variety of didactic devices is used in teaching religion too. Image, sound, multimedia combined with a proper catechist’s verbal commentary are supposed to actualize the primary goal of catechesis, i.e. “to put people not only in touch but in communion, in intimacy, with Jesus Christ” (Catechesi tradendae 5). Th e teacher’s activities and the use of didactic devices should always be harmonized for the better achievement of this aim. Then it constitutes the basis for appropriate cooperation between the catechist and the pupil in order that the catechetical instruction become more effective.