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  • 8 Ways to Live a Merciful Life, Spanish

    Pope Francis has awakened the world to the need for mercy, and urges each of us to "travel this path of mercy." But what is mercy exactly? How does Jesus model mercy? What are the works of mercy? And most important, how and why can I become more merciful myself?

    Now Catholics can learn eight very practical ways to become more merciful -- things like avoiding gossip, refusing to retaliate when offended, accepting mercy from others -- each including a simple reflection question to ponder.

    Lorene Hanley Duquin
    Item: P1625SG
  • 8 Ways to Live a Merciful Life

    Pope Francis urges each of us to travel the "path of mercy." Now Catholics can learn why and how to become more merciful with these simple, practical 8 steps plus a reflection question to ponder.

    Lorene Hanley Duquin
    Item: P1624SG
  • Living the Beatitudes: The Path to a Happy Life, Spanish

    With this pamphlet, Spanish-speaking Catholics will begin to understand the difference between worldly "happiness" that is all about pleasure, and the true happiness that comes from following the path Jesus sets out for us with the beatitudes. Simple but effective explanations outline what each beatitude means, and how it relates to our walk with God, leading to true happiness. Each section includes a brief reflection to keep in mind as parishioners prayerfully begin to practice each one.

    Fr. Robert J. Hater
    Item: P1592SG
  • Why Be Catholic-Top Ten, Spanish

    When the world seems to be full of reasons not to practice any type of religion, and the media portrays Christianity, particularly Catholicism, in a bad light, many people may wonder why be Catholic?.

    In just a few short but compelling answers, this pamphlet gives Spanish-speaking Catholics and non-Catholics alike the simple reasons why the Church is still vibrant and growing 2,000+ years after being founded by Jesus Christ himself. This is an ideal resource for inactive Catholics, those considering Catholicism, and for the budding apologists in any parish.

    Mary Elizabeth Sperry
    Item: P1418SG
  • Why Be Catholic-Top Ten

    When the world seems to be full of reasons not to practice any type of religion, and the media portrays Christianity, particularly Catholicism, in a bad light, many people may wonder why be Catholic?.

    In just a few short but compelling answers, this pamphlet gives Catholics and non-Catholics alike the simple reasons why the Church is still vibrant and growing 2,000+ years after being founded by Jesus Christ himself. This is an ideal resource for inactive Catholics, those considering Catholicism, and for the budding apologists in any parish.

    Mary Elizabeth Sperry
    Item: P1392SG
  • How to Make a Good Confession, Spanish

    Many Catholics avoid the Sacrament of Reconciliation simply because they don't remember how to confess their sins. They don't know what to say and are too embarrassed to ask.

    How to Make a Good Confession, Spanish edition, a new pamphlet from Our Sunday Visitor, gives Spanish-speaking Catholics those words, describing the actions and responses for each step of the sacrament. It also serves as a practical guide to a thorough examination of conscience, asking a series of commandment-based real-world questions. Even those familiar with the steps of the sacrament will benefit from a more thoughtful confession.

    Rev. Alfred McBride, O.Praem.
    Item: P1360SG
  • How to Make a Good Confession

    This concise pamphlet is designed to help Catholics understand the Sacrament of Reconciliation, walking them through the actions and responses for each step by step. Ultimately readers will be comforted and ensured that they are able to make a good confession.

    Rev. Alfred McBride, O.Praem.
    Item: P1359SG

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