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  • The Beatitudes (Companion in Faith)

    The Beatitudes are the words of Christ that cut to the very core of the Christian life. But have they become so familiar that we breeze past them, without taking them to heart? The Beatitudes can — and will — transform our lives in a powerful way, if we take the time to connect with them daily.

    Kathleen M. Basi
    Item: T2348
  • A Life of Conversion: Meeting Christ in the Gospels

    Conversion. The word is often associated with a one-time event, such as the call of Saint Matthew. But even for Matthew, that call was only the beginning, the moment when he started following Jesus. For Matthew, as for all the saints, his conversion lasted a lifetime. Real conversion — repentance and turning toward God — is a process that happens daily. It is our continual "yes" to the Lord and the grace he offers us.

    Derek Rotty
    Item: T2017
  • I'm Catholic. Now What?

    Now that you're Catholic, you are might be wondering, "Now what?" Shaun McAfee understands. As a convert, he wanted to take part in the sacraments, really prepare for Mass, learn how to defend and share his faith, and understand certain Catholic devotions. Yet he wasn't sure how to do any of this, or where to look for answers once RCIA was finished. If you feel the same way, I'm Catholic. Now What? Is the perfect resource for you!

    Shaun McAfee
    Item: T2025
  • The Handy Little Guide Book Package

    The perfect size for pocket or purse, these are the little guides you'll turn to again and again. They focus on topics that are often on our minds as Catholics no matter where we are on our faith journey. Keep them all or share with friends or family who need a little extra encouragement.

     
    Item: T2460
  • The Way of the Cross Journal for Children

    Here's a Way of the Cross for Children that invites reflection, prayer, and action in a beautiful journal format. Each step along the way, the reader encounters the story of Jesus' suffering and death in simple, kid-friendly language accompanied by vivid illustrations. Then, children are invited to imaginatively "enter the story," using two journal spaces to record their experience and their prayerful response. Finally, readers are invited to imitate Jesus by recording their acts of love and sacrifice. The Way of the Cross Journal for Children is appropriate for children ages 5-8; beginning readers will need adult assistance.

    Jerry Windley-Daoust
    Item: T2415

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