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  • Mother Teresa Magnet, Spanish

    ***Sold in packs of 50***

    Be inspired every day by the simple words of now St. Teresa of Calcutta with this new magnet. Put it on your refrigerator, locker, filing cabinet, or anywhere you will see it each day, as a reminder to simply pray. Her secret, prayer, is one we can make our own, and realize the joy, peace, and love we can both experience and share as she did.

    Heidi Busse
    Item: X1806
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Overview of Restored Order

    As parents guide their children on the journey to complete the sacraments of initiation, they may have many questions: “Isn’t it unusual for children to receive Confirmation before the Eucharist? Why are people using the words “restored order” or “original order”? “I thought or was taught that you needed to be more of an adult to receive Confirmation — why is the Church changing what it has always done?” This resource is meant to help parents reflect on those very questions. It invites them to move to a deeper understanding of the role of the Holy Spirit in the Sacraments of Initiation and explore the celebration of the sacraments from a historical perspective. Most importantly this resource will offer parents the opportunity to hear the call of the Holy Spirit to live a more conscious life of faith.

    JoAnn Paradise
    Item: X1766
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Confirmation, Revised

    This time of Confirmation, completing Baptism, now gives your whole family a chance to reflect with your son or daughter on the all-pervading importance of our Catholic life. Confirmation is a celebration of the ongoing power of the already-present Holy Spirit in our lives, the Spirit first received in Baptism. Confirmation deepens and intensifies the gifts of the Spirit. Parents of confirmands will appreciate knowing what to expect and how to help prepare their child for confirmation with aid of this revised and redesigned resource.

    Janet Schaeffler, O.P.
    Item: X1761
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Confirmation, Revised, Spanish

    This time of Confirmation, completing Baptism, now gives your whole family a chance to reflect with your son or daughter on the all-pervading importance of our Catholic life. Confirmation is a celebration of the ongoing power of the already-present Holy Spirit in our lives, the Spirit first received in Baptism. Confirmation deepens and intensifies the gifts of the Spirit. Parents of confirmands will appreciate knowing what to expect and how to help prepare their child for confirmation with aid of this revised and redesigned resource.

    Janet Schaeffler, O.P.
    Item: X1762
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: First Communion, Revised

    Empower parents with the faith-building activities and ideas in Catholic Parent Know-How: First Communion. This is an amazingly affordable 8-page tool has been completely redesigned, making it fun and easy for every family to prepare for the Sacrament. Parents can gain involvement in their children's growth and even give them some spiritual nourishment of their own.

    Joseph D. White, PhD
    Item: X1723
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: First Reconciliation, Revised

    When parents had their child baptized, they promised to raise him or her to learn and experience Our Catholic Faith. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is one of those steps in fulfilling that promise.

    Reconciliation is a reminder to all of us that "God loves us no matter what." A child's first experience of the sacrament will set the stage for what should become a lifetime of experiencing God's unconditional love in this great tradition of our Faith. For this reason, it is important for parents to inform themselves concerning what the Church teaches about reconciliation and how best to communicate those teachings ot our children.

    Now completely redesigned with a fresh new look and feel, 8-page Catholic Parent Know-How: First Reconciliation gives parents the confidence to communicate Church teachings on Reconciliation to their child.

    Joseph D. White, PhD
    Item: X1721
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: First Communion, Revised, Spanish

    Empower parents with the faith-building activities and ideas in Catholic Parent Know-How: First Communion. This is an amazingly affordable 8-page tool has been completely redesigned, making it fun and easy for every family to prepare for the Sacrament. Parents can gain involvement in their children's growth and even give them some spiritual nourishment of their own.

    Joseph D. White, PhD
    Item: X1724
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: First Reconciliation, Revised, Spanish

    When parents had their child baptized, they promised to raise him or her to learn and experience Our Catholic Faith. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is one of those steps in fulfilling that promise.

    Reconciliation is a reminder to all of us that "God loves us no matter what." A child's first experience of the sacrament will set the stage for what should become a lifetime of experiencing God's unconditional love in this great tradition of our Faith. For this reason, it is important for parents to inform themselves concerning what the Church teaches about reconciliation and how best to communicate those teachings ot our children.

    Now completely redesigned with a fresh new look and feel, 8-page Catholic Parent Know-How: First Reconciliation gives parents the confidence to communicate Church teachings on Reconciliation to their child.

    Joseph D. White, PhD
    Item: X1722
  • Family Magnet

    Here's a gentle reminder for every member of the family -- a magnet bearing Pope Francis' advice to be ready always to say "may I, thank you, and I'm sorry" to family members.

    Heidi Busse
    Item: X1634
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Alive in Christ

    Parents often have many questions about their child's religious education. When a parish is using the Alive in Christ curriculum from Our Sunday Visitor, families can learn all about this comprehensive program for children at any age. This 8-page booklet gives parents a year-by-year guide to the program, from first grade through sixth. In addition they will learn some practical tips for staying connected to their child's religious education, and helping to ensure its success in building and strengthening their Catholic faith!

    Dr. Joseph White
    Item: X1567
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Bringing Allelu Home, 3-4 Year Old, Spanish

    As children watch their parents living out the Christian life, they, too, grow in Faith. This booklet has an overview of the development of the preschool age child. It has a summary of the six basic tasks of faith formation and how to help your child in each of these areas. In addition, it has a summary of the key themes your child will explore this year in Allelu!, and a prayer.

    Joseph D. White, Ph.D. and Ana Arista White
    Item: X1247
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Bullying, What Parents Can Do, Spanish

    In recent years, the topic of bullying has been at the forefront of our national conversation, due in part to several high-profile cases in which children and teens took their own lives after being bullied.

    In this new Catholic Parent Know-How from Our Sunday Visitor, and by Catholic child psychologist Dr. Joseph White, you'll find solidly Catholic, practical advice for helping you keep your child physically and emotionally safe.

    Joseph D. White, Ph.D.
    Item: X1317
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Bringing Allelu Home, 3-4 Year Old

    As children watch their parents living out the Christian life, they, too, grow in Faith. This booklet has an overview of the development of the preschool age child. It has a summary of the six basic tasks of faith formation and how to help your child in each of these areas. In addition, it has a summary of the key themes your child will explore this year in Allelu!, and a prayer.

    Joseph D. White, Ph.D. and Ana Arista White
    Item: X1245
  • Catholic Parent Know-How: Bullying, What Parents Can Do

    In recent years, the topic of bullying has been at the forefront of our national conversation, due in part to several high-profile cases in which children and teens took their own lives after being bullied.

    In this new Catholic Parent Know-How from Our Sunday Visitor, and by Catholic child psychologist Dr. Joseph White, you'll find solidly Catholic, practical advice for helping you keep your child physically and emotionally safe.

    Joseph D. White, Ph.D.
    Item: X1316

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