Welcome to the NEW CGSUSA.ORG!

The Staff of the United States Association of The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is so pleased to be able to welcome you to this new space, and we hope you will take the time to see the changes we have made throughout. The new site is a completely new platform, and your former Usernames and Passwords will not function on the new site. However, your email address and account information is the same. So, please be sure to use your email address when attempting to set your new password.

Current Members, please use the Reset Password feature to create your new passwords! Your current passwords will not function to log in to the NEW CGSUSA.ORG. Your previous access to the Materials Manuals and the Member Directory should be exactly the same as before..

  • When you click the reset link, you will be asked for your username or email address.
  • HOWEVER, your former Username will not work to reset your password. We will be using email addresses only for accessing the new site.
  • If you have been logging in to CGSUSA.ORG with a Usernname, it will no longer function. Your email address and account information (including Materials Manual access) has been migrated to the new site. The email address where you regularly receive correspondence from CGSUSA.ORG is the email address you should use when resetting your password.

  • When you submit your email address, you will receive an email with a link that will bring you back to the website to enter a new password.  Be sure to check your Junk/Spam folders just in case!  For more specific instructions, see below:  How do I actually “set” or reset my password?

Logging In

Once you have reset your password, select the Member Login link in the upper right corner of the Homepage or any page of the website and enter your complete email address and your new password.

 

Please remember, the CGSUSA Staff is very small, and we are always happy to help!  We will respond to calls and emails for assistance as quickly as possible and in the order in which they are received.  We’ve listed some common questions along with guides and information that may help some individuals solve issues without assistance.