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  • The Books of the Bible New Testament: Lectio Divina for Families

    Even though it’s the most read book in the world, reading the Bible has often been difficult or confusing for Christians, causing many of us to miss the sweeping story of God’s love and mercy and its personal meaning for each of us.

    Now you can read the New Testament in a new way – almost like your favorite book. By removing chapter and verse numbers, and placing the books in chronological order, you will find yourself drawn into the amazing story of our salvation. Each of the four Gospels is placed at the beginning of a group of related books including the letters and wisdom books, forming a cross, as it were, that points to Christ.

    Biblica
    Item: T2295
  • The Books of the Bible New Testament: Lectio Divina for Families, SPANISH

    Even though it’s the most read book in the world, reading the Bible has often been difficult or confusing for Christians, causing many of us to miss the sweeping story of God’s love and mercy and its personal meaning for each of us.

    Now you can read the New Testament in a new way – almost like your favorite book. By removing chapter and verse numbers, and placing the books in chronological order, you will find yourself drawn into the amazing story of our salvation. Each of the four Gospels is placed at the beginning of a group of related books including the letters and wisdom books, forming a cross, as it were, that points to Christ.

    Biblica
    Item: T2296
  • The Catholic Grandparents Handbook: Creative Ways to Show Love, Share Faith, and Have Fun

    What's the difference between being a grandparent and being a Catholic grandparent? You'll find the answer to this question—and much more—in The Catholic Grandparents Handbook. This book offers ideas and inspiration on how you can incorporate faith, hope, love, and fun into your relationship with your grandchildren. Topics such as the importance of prayer, sharing faith, passing on family history, and preserving family traditions are explored. You'll also find valuable advice on helping grandchildren through difficult times, supporting grandchildren who are unchurched, and building strong relationships—even when grandchildren live far away. Whether you are an experienced grandparent or awaiting the arrival of your first grandchild, this handbook will support and affirm you as you grow in your role as a Catholic grandparent.

    Lorene Hanley Duquin
    Item: WAU3295
  • Grieving Together: A Couple's Journey through Miscarriage

    After struggling with infertility, Laura and Franco Fanucci miscarried their third child in the first trimester. Later, their twin daughters were born prematurely and lived only a few days. Laura and Franco are here to tell you that, while your miscarriage is a deeply personal loss, you are not alone.

    Grieving Together is written by a couple specifically for couples, understanding that both spouses have experienced a loss and grieve differently.

    Laura Kelly Fanucci and Franco David Fanucci
    Item: T1895
  • Death by Minivan

    Author Heather Anderson Renshaw, mother of five, is a lot like you. She knows that motherhood can be wild, crazy, and often hilarious. She feels sometimes like she’s barely keeping up, and maybe even failing at the whole “mom thing.” Thankfully, as she shares in these pages, motherhood isn’t a trip that’s meant to be taken alone. God’s got this, and the more we let him lead, the more we find the fruits of his Holy Spirit taking root in our hearts and in our families.

    Heather Anderson Renshaw
    Item: T1958
  • Life and Love: Opening Your Heart to God's Design

    Pope Paul VI’s encyclical Humanae Vitae (Of Human Life) continues to speak volumes in our continuously changing world. This book takes an in-depth look at Humanae Vitae and compares it to other Church documents that speak about God’s plan for marital love, marriage, children, family, and the community at large.

    Terry Polakovic
    Item: T1945
  • The Tech Talk: Strategies for Families in a Digital World

    Author Michael Horne, a Catholic parent and clinical psychologist, knows all too well the struggles families face understanding and dealing with how technology impacts our lives. In The Tech Talk, he zeroes in on the dangers of children’s unsupervised forays into the digital world, shows you what’s out there, and includes strategies for keeping it all in balance.

    Michael Horne, PsyD
    Item: T1789
  • God's Guide for Grandparents

    As special as time spent with grandchildren can be, we know that being a grandparent is a supporting role. So, how can grandparents truly make a difference in their grandchildren’s lives? Drawing on sacred Scripture, the example of the saints, the teachings of the Church, the writings of Pope Francis, and real-life anecdotes, grandparents learn to make the most of their opportunity to have a positive and lasting impact in the lives of grandchildren.

    Susan M. Erschen
    Item: T1835

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