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Come and See Kids: In the Beginning

Come and See Kids: In the Beginning

$11.95

Come and See Kids: Friends of God is designed especially to nourish the faith of Catholics ages 3-7. Children will learn about the lives of Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, and more. Useful in the classroom, home, or parish setting, the Come & See KIDS series presents the rich heritage of the…

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Come and See Kids: Friends of God

Come and See Kids: Friends of God

$11.95

Come and See Kids: Friends of God is designed especially to nourish the faith of Catholics ages 3-7. The Ten Commandments and traditional Catholic prayers are presented in an age-appropriate manner. Each chapter includes a Bible story and memory verse, an illustration to color, perforated pages for easy removal, and a simple craft idea. Useful in…

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Come and See KIDS: The Life of Jesus

Come and See KIDS: The Life of Jesus

$11.95

Bring the Bible to life for young children! The Life of Jesus, written for pre-school and early elementary school children, is fun and easy to use. It is instructional and solidly Catholic and includes helpful aids for parent or teacher. Each chapter contains: a Bible story on the life of Jesus a memory verse an…

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Through the Year with Mary: Ponder and Pray Together with Children

$17.95$24.95

For two-thousand years, Christians around the world have sought the Blessed Virgin Mary as a guide to growing closer to her Son, Jesus. Through Scripture, Catholic teaching, devotions, and countless works of art, we come to see Mary as our Mother, too.

Through the Year with Mary by Katherine Bogner brings together the Church’s traditions in one place and provides a year-long plan for coming to know and love the Mother of God.

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Beauty: the Remedy to a Culture Gone Numb

In our post-Christian culture, the gospel is no longer compelling, even in supposedly religious rural areas. The capitalistic media culture in which we live—in which everything from what’s supposed to be hard news to hard-core pornography is packaged as entertainment for the sake of profit—affects Manhattan, NYC, as well as Medora, ND, thanks to the technology of the Internet, accessed through devices that fit in farm kids’ pockets.

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Saints Around the World

$15.95$22.95

The lives of the Saints are one of the most powerful ways God draws people to himself, showing us the love and the joy we can find in him. But so often, these Saints seem distant—impossibly holy or dull or unlike us in race and age and state in life. In Saints Around the World,…

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Saved by the Lamb: Moses and Jesus

$10.95$17.95

Have you heard of a man named Moses? Do you know about Jesus, too? One is from the Old Testament, One is from the New Both stories are the Word of God, Their messages are true; But when you see them side by side, A hidden part comes through. In Saved by the Lamb, the…

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Unrepeatable, Josh Miller, Luke Burgis

What Does It Mean to Know Someone?

Human beings always faced the challenge of getting to know one another deeply. Today the difficulty seems especially great. We’re busy. We’re transient. Wanderlust or the need to move interrupts relationships. Distractions abound. Advances in computer technology enable frequent opportunities to “connect” but often screen out the body language and tone of voice which some experts say account for 50 to 80 percent of real communication. We hunger for deep relationships, but often try to build them on an anemic diet of texts and emails versus the richness of true face-to-face interaction.  

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How to Be Happy: Saint Thomas’ Secret to a Good Life

$13.95

What brings us real and lasting happiness? Although just about every marketing firm, self-help guru, and man on the street has an answer, very few, if any, understand true happiness. It doesn’t come from power, pleasure, popularity, or possessions. So what is happiness and how do we find it? In How to Be Happy, author…

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Our Father: Understanding the Fatherhood of God

If we want to be Christians, we have no choice but to pray, “Our Father.” When the first disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray, He taught them using those very words. To pray as a Christian means to pray, “Our Father.”  

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