Word by Word is a compilation of forty of the most popular Catholic voices, each reflecting on one word of the Hail Mary.
A Catholic Mother’s Companion begins at conception and includes a 40-week walk through each week of pregnancy, considering both physical and spiritual aspects of this time. It includes sections for preparing spiritually and practically for labor and delivery as well as baptism.
How does game night/day meet Catholicism? Find out in Catholic Family Fun: A Guide for the Adventurous, Overwhelmed, Creative or Clueless, an inspirational guidebook offering activities with strategies and suggestions for fun family engagement — with one another and with faith!
Welcome Risen Jesus offers daily reflections and thoughts that encourage families to THINK, PRAY, and ACT based on words from Scripture. These exercises are designed to engage your household during the Lenten season by tying Scripture and reflection to your daily life. With each passing Sunday, your family’s faith will grow stronger, and the true meaning of this season will be discovered.
Advent is a season almost forgotten by the secular world. With new toys and electronics available, why should we focus on this time of anticipation? Most everyone cannot wait for Christmas morning to arrive, but is it for the right reason? Sarah A. Reinhard designed Welcome Baby Jesus for you and your family to capture some of what’s intended by the liturgical season of Advent. Each day has a Scripture quote from the Sunday gospel readings, a brief reflection, and an action to complete. With each passing Sunday, your Advent Wreath will grow brighter, your family’s faith will grow stronger, and the true meaning of this season will be discovered.
Jesus was a devout Jew who was frequently found fasting and praying in deserted places. Following Jesus’ example, Christians make their Lenten journey by sacrificing small treasures and making a conscious effort to love others in action.
This pamphlet will help your family explore what Lenten sacrifice can look like–and it can take many forms.