Two wonderful resources to help your children (and you!) learn about this apparition are the new Glory Story from Holy Heroes and Theoni Bell’s novel, The Woman in the Trees.
Parents who are planning to prepare a child for First Communion this year may want to check out Fed by the Lord: At-Home Scriptural Formation to Prepare Children for First Communion by Leonard J. DeLorenzo.
A new set of books on “God’s Superheroes” by Mary Bajda is designed to appeal to ages eight through teens and encourages young people to use their own gifts in service to God and others.
Just as religious orders have done for centuries, building an intentional way of life that is deeply rooted in prayer and virtue is a powerful way for our families to live. One of my favorite moms, Ginny Kochis, is here to talk about having A Rule of Life for Teens!
What do the gifts of the Holy Spirit, the saints, and holy scripture have in common? The Culture of Life Studies Program’s Lenten reflection book has put them all together to guide you through a meaningful Lent.
There are four women Doctors of the Church: Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, and Therese of Lisieux. In a new picture book, The Women Doctors of the Church, writer Colleen Pressprich and illustrator Adalee Hude introduce children to these great saints.