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Teens Share the Word

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    Teens Share the Word The Word of God can touch us like no other book can. And once we have been touched by it, we cannot keep to ourselves how it has changed us. Teens Share the Word is a testament to what can happen when we pray with Scripture. The teens who contributed to this book all have experienced the power of the Word of God in all areas of their lives—relationships, school, and more—and now they would like to share it with you! A special sectio...
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Holy Angels Prayer Book

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    Holy Angels Prayer Book Deepen your devotion through these beloved prayers honoring the Holy Angels. Confirmed by Scripture and supported by the continual teaching of the Catholic Church, Angels enlighten our minds and inspire our wills so that we are better able to respond to God’s grace. We can call upon the angels to provide help against the spirits of evil active in our world. Leatherette with ribbon, 176 pages, 4 ⅜ x 6 ⅛ inches. Teen to Adult.&nbs...
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    Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati: An Ordinary Christian Athletic, handsome, and always up for a laugh, Pier Giorgio Frassati was the charismatic leader of a band of rowdy friends. He pulled pranks, relished extreme sports, and fiercely debated politics into the night—but he also secretly gave his wealth to the poor and plunged into intense experiences of Eucharistic prayer. This inspiring biography captures his spirit and sheds new light on the all-too-short...
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Saint Thérèse of Lisieux : The Way of Love

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    Saint Thérèse of Lisieux : The Way of Love Encounter the Saints Series Find the way of love with Saint Thérèse of Lisieux as your guide. Although she never did any one spectacular thing, she did do everything with love. Often called the “Little Flower of Jesus,” Thérèse loved nature and recognized how everything is connected to God’s care. Her great confidence in God was her “little way” to ho...
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St. Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe

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    St. Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe Encounter the Saints Series  It was to Juan Diego—a humble Aztec farmer in Mexico—that Mary first introduced herself to the world as Our Lady of Guadalupe. At the little chapel, he would greet the pilgrims who came to honor their Mother of Guadalupe and show them the miraculous “tilma,” or cloak, that preserves Mary’s beautiful image.  4½ x 7 inches, Paperback, 120 pages....
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Saint Paul: The Thirteenth Apostle

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    Saint Paul: The Thirteenth Apostle Encounter the Saints Series A persecutor of the early Christians, Saint Paul was forever changed along the way to Damascus when he met Christ. He traveled all over the world, preaching and writing the Good News, which led many people to Jesus. Although he was not one of the original twelve apostles, he became known as the “thirteenth apostle.” His story is foundational to Christianity, filling the greater part of the ...
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Saint to Santa (DVD)

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    Saint to Santa: How St. Nicholas Became Santa Claus (DVD) In Saint to Santa, Saint Nicholas comes alive as his story of kindness and generosity is retold, complete with fun facts for children ages 3 to 9. The DVD is imaginatively set as a "behind the scenes" view of a unique television show created by kids and puppets. Extras include coloring pages, activities, and more background on the saint. If you want to delight your kids with a fun way to learn all ab...
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The Queen and the Cross

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    The Queen and the Cross: The Story of Saint Helen Sweet-smelling basil marks the spot in this treasure hunt led by a queenly saint—join her as she treks to Jerusalem in search of the Holy Cross of Jesus Christ. In this fabulous and instructive blend of tale and history, boys and girls alike will be captivated by Helen, an adventurous empress on a mission. Offering faith-based reading in an entertaining format of dialogue and narration, children ages 5 to 8 are ...
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Once Upon a Silent Night

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    Title “Silent Night” is a classic Christmas carol beloved by all, but how did this simple and quiet song come to be? The church mice in a small Austrian town have tired of the noisy organ music, so they find a way to silence the Christmas celebrations. With no organ to conduct the traditional Christmas concert and inspired by the simplicity of Christ’s beginnings, the parish priest and the choir director compose a song to fill the silent church on ...
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My Bible: God's Word for Me

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    My Bible: God’s Word for Me My Bible: God’s Word for Me introduces primary-age children (ages 5 to 8) to God’s Word. Pairing exquisitely illustrated stories with traditional Catholic prayers, this Bible will educate young readers and plant the seeds of personal devotion. Filled with foundational stories drawn from both the Old and New Testament, My Bible is both engaging and comprehensive. From Noah and the Flood to the Road to Emmaus, vivid illust...
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