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  • Making Things Right, Revised

    Making Things Right is the perfect way to help children prepare to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation. With page after page of activities, games, and projects, you'll never run out of ideas to engage children.

    Jeannine Timko Leichner
    Item: X208
  • Stations of the Cross for Children

    With captivating illustrations and real-life prayers, Stations of the Cross for Children helps kids ages six through twelve reflect on Jesus' Passion and apply His courage and sacrifice to their lives.

    Julianne M. Will
    Item: X204
  • The Mass Book for Children

    With its captivating writing style and charming art, this book not only teaches young children the parts of the Mass but also shows them why joining in the joyful gathering is an experience of love. For children preschool to 9 years old.

    R. Gortler/D. Piscitelli
    Item: T126
  • Just Like Mary

    With it's captivating writing style and charming art, Just Like Mary will help you teach your child or grandchild about the amazing woman God chose to be the mother of His Son. For children preschool to 9 years old.

    R Gortler/D Piscitelli
    Item: T44
  • Prove It! Jesus

    Gives young people the true facts about Jesus, who He really was, whether the Gospels are reliable accounts of His life, what's behind all the miracle stories, evidence for the Resurrection, and most importantly, what it all means for them.
    Amy Welborn
    Item: 395
  • Prove It! Prayer

    These are the answers teenagers desperately want! Why didn't God answer my prayers? What's the best way to pray? Does praying do any good at all? Helps young people understand what the Church teaches and why.
    Amy Welborn
    Item: 544
  • Teach Me About Mary

    Mary's rich story is shared through Scriptural stories, cultural traditions, popular devotions, interesting activities, and prayers -- all age-appropriate for kids 3 to 7.

    J. Plum/P. Plum/C. Odell
    Item: R25
  • Little Acts of Grace

    The ideal way to introduce children to Catholic customs. With bright, cheerful illustrations and engaging prose, young ones learn Catholic virtues and find ways to put them into action. For children preschool to 9 years old.

    R Gortler/D Piscitelli
    Item: T3
  • Prove It! Church

    From Mary, the saints, papal infallibility, infant baptism, purgatory, and more, here are the answers you need when someone challenges your faith. Prove that the Catholic Church belongs to Christ, teaches Christ -- and that Christ is present today!
    Amy Welborn
    Item: 981
  • Blessings Every Day

    Delightful devotions paired with easy-to-read Bible verses charm kids ages two through five (and their parents as well!). Includes short poems or prayers with illustrations by Elena Kucharik, developer of the Care Bears.
     
    Item: 984
  • Teach Me About the Mass

    Introduce kids 3 through 7 to the parts of the Mass and celebration of the Eucharist with memorable exercises and discussion ideas. Kids can draw, color, complete mazes, connect the dots, decorate, tell stories, and more.
    Joan Ensor Plum/Paul Plum,
    Item: 847
  • Lady Poverty Collection

    The three books in this special collection shine a bright light on mercy, sacrifice, and kindness toward the unlovable, the outcast, and the marginalized. The connections between the works are surprising. In Mr. Blue, a 1928 novel, the main character exemplifies radical generosity by forgoing fortune for love of Lady Poverty. That same outpouring of self is found in Dorothy Day’s House of Hospitality, real-life reflections on the beginning of the Catholic Worker Movement. Finally, at the heart of St. Francis’ and Pope Francis’ teaching is that embracing poverty can lead to healing and restoration in a broken world. Three important works all Catholics should read.

     
    Item: T2346
  • 131 FUN-damental Facts for Catholic Kids: Liturgy, Litanies, Rituals, Rosaries, Symbols, Sacraments, and Sacred Surprises

    Questioning is the first step to knowledge. The word "fundamental" means basic, essential, deep-rooted, the foundation of a structure. In 131 FUN-damental Facts for Catholic Kids popular children's author Bernadette McCarver Snyder answers questions about basic things kids might see in a Catholic Church...and in a fun, yet reverent way. They may be surprised to see a lion or a lily, a banner or a boat, a fish or a fountain in a church. But just wait till they hear about monstrances and aspergillums, epistles and apostles, pulpits and pyxes!

    This book is for all children who have questions about the Church and the adults who are looking for answers.

    Bernadette McCarver Snyder
    Item: LG2040

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