The research is a reflection that consists in presenting, from Pastoral Theology, themes that are intertwined in the understanding of space and formative project with catechists. The discussion is centered on the catechetical dimension and seeks a correlation between the Way of Beauty, training with a catechist, Christian Art and the Holy Family Museum. The research presented here is developed in line with the Apostolic Letter, Antiquum Ministerium, which points to the necessary catechists qualification, elevated to the condition of layman ministers, as well, as an urgent need for the Church, which, in the light of the Initiation to the Christian Life and from a permanent catechesis, it seeks to develop an itinerary of education in the faith, which provides an encounter with the person of Jesus Christ, favoring the emergence of the missionary disciple. This urgency requires an understanding of the catechist role, focusing on the dimension of being, of the knowing and knowing how to do, in view of offering adequate spaces for formation; in addition to a formative itinerary, which points to an integral understanding of the person, from a human-christian perspective. A new paradigm in catechesis provokes a reinterpretation of Pedagogy and Methodology adopted in the catechist s formative itinerary, providing the necessary tools for him to assume, with efficiency and effectiveness, this minister in the Church. Overcoming a fragmented training model, with a view to meeting the needs of a new time, is a creative response, open to dialogue with culture and art, seeking, in the Church s tradition, an inspiration that manifests itself as the Way of Beauty. It is about making a safe pathway viable, which responds objectively to the purpose of a human-christian formative itinerary, guided by a dialogue between art, liturgy and catechesis, through an experience that converges with the encounter with the Incarnate Beauty, Jesus Christ. In this study, formation with a catechist is understood as a human-christian journey, which takes place through the beauty route. This path is the spirit of space and training project, which is manifested in the Holy Family Museum - Catechesis and Art. The Way of Beauty is interpreted as a route based on a kerygmatic and mystagogical experience. It refers to a spiritual process of construction the catechistrole, involving the overcoming of a purely aesthetic look, reaching the theological foundations of the concept, revealed in christian experience, as a Paschal itinerary. The theological-pastoral study is a route of synthesis of the process, which took place through the practical and theoretical movement on a topic of great relevance in the evangelizing action of the Church. The formation, which takes place in the art space, through the Way of Beauty, generates catechists open to dialogue with the culture and willing to live a leading role with faith, hope and communion, cutting corners that arise in the evangelizing action and launching themselves in the new, which reveals itself as the Way of Beauty.