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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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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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Guess Who's in the Manger

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    Guess Who's in the Manger: A Christmas Story Told from the perspective of a special barn owl, Guess Who’s in the Manger is a beautiful Christmas story sure to delight children four to seven years old—and their parents as well. Most children love a story featuring animals as characters, and this one is no exception!   Guess Who’s in the Manger is perfect for reading aloud (what child doesn’t enjoy the gentle “hoo” of...
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Catholic Funny Fill-Ins

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    Catholic Funny Fill-Ins If you’re looking for some fun for family road trips, get-togethers, youth group parties, or just a great evening at home, then Catholic Funny Fill-Ins is for you! Based on other popular fill-in-the blank word games, Catholic Funny Fill-Ins takes that concept and uses it to create fun ways to learn about our faith. At the end of each story is a section titled “Did You Know?” that fills it out with saintly profiles, interesti...
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Anna Goes to a Party and Learns about the Mass

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    Anna Goes to a Party and Learns about the Mass Sometimes the best teaching tools are stories! And if you have a child, grandchild, or student you’re teaching about the Mass, this is a terrific addition to your lesson plans. Anna is about to make her First Communion, but she doesn’t really understand what it’s about until her godmother uses a family birthday party to explain about the Mass. Using that same birthday-party symbolism, you and your chil...
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Saint Pio of Pietrelcina: Rich in Love (ESS)

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    Saint Pio of Pietrelcina: Rich in Love (Encounter the Saints Series) This is the amazing life story of a Franciscan priest who bore the wounds of the crucified Jesus and used the special gifts he received from God—the ability to read souls and bilocation—to relieve the sufferings of others who crowded the Church to attend his masses and speak to him during confession. His advice to “Pray. Hope. And don’t worry” continues to give encourag...
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57 Saints

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    57 Saints Featured in this revised and updated edition of a classic collection are some of the best-loved saints of the Church! Chronologically organized stories highlight saints in a short-story format, including biographical information and feast days. Lively, accessible language brings the saints to life, and each story concludes with a summary thought or reflection. Many stories also include wonderful illustrations of the profiled saints. Includes Saints Lucy, M...
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    The End of the Fiery Sword: Adam & Eve and Jesus & Mary What do Adam and Jesus have in common? What do Eve and Mary have in common? More than you think! With full color illustrations, Maura Roan McKeegan has brought to life biblical typology for children. Presenting the stories of Adam and Eve and Jesus and Mary and placing them side by side, children can see biblical typology jump off the page. In The End of the Fiery Sword, children will discover simil...
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