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Based on his series of popular talks, Dr. Joseph White has written this simple and effective resource for catechists and teachers. He brings together practical tips, relational advice and the Catholic view so that anyone who teaches can be confident and prepared.
In Listening for God in Everyday Life, author, speaker, and psychologist Joseph White shows us how to listen for God in this noisy, chaotic world. God is speaking to us all the time, but we have to learn to hear his voice. Drawing on his personal experience, Joseph reveals the means God uses to speak directly to our hearts. Some of these may even surprise you!
America’s got faith! You’ll find it in every state — in grand cathedrals and tiny chapels, in miracle shrines and underwater statues, and even in blessed dirt. Finding these sacred places hasn’t been easy — until now!
Monuments, Marvels, and Miracles: A Traveler’s Guide to Catholic America takes you to more than 500 of the country’s most intriguing holy sites, each with a riveting story to tell.
This fresh take on the prophets will introduce you to our biblical role models in a way you might find startling, challenging, and probably not to your grandmother's liking. Dig into their stories, missions, and messages, and learn how you can take the truth of Christ to the world. Today.
With beautiful illustrations and memorable rhyme, this book tells the sweeping story of God’s love for us since the beginning of time. Your child will learn how Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection opened heaven, so we can spend eternity with God.
Written by the co-founder of Catholic Christian Outreach, Angèle Regnier shares practical, relatable and humorous lessons about forgiveness, reconciliation and mercy by weaving her own experiences with Church teaching, Scripture, scenes from films, real-life examples and the witness of the saints.
Mary Gannon Kaufmann describes the life-giving nature of womanhood and seeks to guide women to live a deeper contemplative life of faith and prayer that can awaken holiness in themselves and others, in their families and the priests and deacons that they pray for.
Separation and divorce are heartbreaking realities for families. Many Catholic parents who are divorced feel ill-equipped to help their children cope and seek healing. How can they help their children heal and foster their faith when they are barely keeping it together themselves? Throughout this book, Lynn's thoughtful advice reveals how the Catholic Faith and its teachings are the key to loving your children through divorce and preparing them to live full, joyful lives.