Saints are our Catholic heroes. They aren’t perfect, but they are beautiful examples of the path to holiness. So try reading about some of the saints. Our Catholic children need good role models.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church is a complete summary of all that the Catholic Church teaches and believes.
This book by beloved children’s author Tomie DePaola tells the story of St. Patrick. It tells how this saint was sold into slavery in Ireland and eventually returned.
This graphic novel will engage youth in the story of St. John Paul II. The comic book format makes the story of this saint’s life easy to understand and difficult to put down.
115 Saintly Fun Facts is a delightful way to look at the saints. So many books focus on how they died or what they suffered. This book focuses on what was really special and unique about these saints.
This book by John and Claire Grabowski helps Catholic parents raise their children to know God, listen to his voice, and follow his call. This is a must-read for parents who want thier children to be open to the vocation God is calling them to, whether it be the priesthood, religious life, single life, or marriage.
The mass readings for Year B focus on the Gospel of Mark. A good commentary assists the reader to access the themes in the gospel and respond to them. Mary Healy helps the reader understand the culture and landscape and the time of Jesus in order to bring this gospel to life.
At only $1.99, Welcome Baby Jesus is money well spent for Catholic families. This book will help your family focus on the hopeful waiting of the Advent season and then truly celebrate Christmas when it arrives.
Fr. Robert Spitzer explains how to recognize evil forces in our lives and overcome them. Through Jesus Christ we can be transformed and fight evil instead of being controlled by it.
This book by Father William Saunders is a resource to learn about Catholic traditions related to Advent and Christmas. It also gives you practical ways to practice these traditions in your home. It covers the liturgical event from the beginning of the Advent season through Candlemas (Feb 2).