Teaching Manual for Great Catholic Writings

Teaching Manual for Great Catholic Writings
Title Teaching Manual for Great Catholic Writings PDF eBook
Author J. D. Childs
Publisher Saint Mary's Press
Total Pages 178
Release 2006
Genre Religion
ISBN 0884898881

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Includes an introduction for each writing, suggested grade levels, related themes, review questions and answers, suggested activities, and discussion ideas.

Great Catholic Writings

Great Catholic Writings
Title Great Catholic Writings PDF eBook
Author Robert Feduccia
Publisher Saint Mary's Press
Total Pages 260
Release 2006
Genre Catholic literature
ISBN 0884898873

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Includes an introduction for each writing, suggested grade levels, related themes, review questions and answers, suggested activities, and discussion ideas.

Understanding Catholic Christianity

Understanding Catholic Christianity
Title Understanding Catholic Christianity PDF eBook
Author Thomas Zanzig
Publisher Saint Mary's Press
Total Pages 98
Release 2002-05
Genre Religion
ISBN 0884896846

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"Understanding Catholic Christianity" offers a comprehensive overview of Catholicism for ninth graders, to serve as a foundation for other high school religion courses and faith formation experiences they will have. With pastoral sensitivity, the course's examples, stories, quotes and reflection activities bring to life the basic of the Catholic faith for adolescent hearts and minds.

The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth

The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth
Title The Catholic Faith Handbook for Youth PDF eBook
Author Brian Singer-Towns
Publisher Saint Mary's Press
Total Pages 475
Release 2008
Genre Religion
ISBN 088489987X

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This reference is an understandable and down-to-earth guide to all things Catholic. The resource is appropriate for brushing up on specific Catholic terms and concepts or learning them for the first time. (Catholic)

The Essential Guide to Catholic Prayer and the Mass

The Essential Guide to Catholic Prayer and the Mass
Title The Essential Guide to Catholic Prayer and the Mass PDF eBook
Author Mary DeTurris Poust
Publisher Penguin
Total Pages 360
Release 2011-03-01
Genre Religion
ISBN 1101513314

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The Vatican-approved guide to opening up new connections to God. Today, more and more Catholics are looking to explore their spirituality in new ways: by trying meditation or contemplation, seeking to adapt monastic traditions to modern life, or seeking a deeper connection to Jesus through the Eucharist, giving rise to the growing popularity of Adoration. The Essential Guide to Catholic Prayer and the Mass offers Catholics a way to explore prayer styles they may have never before considered, and non-Catholics or fringe Catholics a look into a world that can sometimes seem mysterious or intimidating. Through Mass, scripture, ancient rituals, the examples of the saints, the lives of holy men and women in the world today, and more, Catholics of every mindset can find a style of prayer to suit them. • One of the first books with a detailed explanation and instructions on how to follow the new translation of Mass as prepared by the Catholic Church • Includes an imprimatur-a seal of approval from Paul G. Bootkoski, Bishop of Metuchen • Perfect for cradle, convert, and revert Catholics, as well as people from other faiths, students, and teachers

A Concise Guide to Catholic Social Teaching

A Concise Guide to Catholic Social Teaching
Title A Concise Guide to Catholic Social Teaching PDF eBook
Author Kevin E. McKenna
Publisher Ave Maria Press
Total Pages 192
Release 2019-02-08
Genre Religion
ISBN 1594718121

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Topics related to Catholic social teaching emerge regularly in American political and civic discourse, often connected to discussions about religious freedom, abortion, immigrant rights, racism, capital punishment, and health care. This third edition of A Concise Guide to Catholic Social Teaching by Rev. Kevin E. McKenna incorporates the essential teachings of Pope Francis in Evangelium Gaudium, Laudato Si’, and Amoris Laetitia to offer a clear, beginner-level reference tool and study guide for Church leaders and other interested Catholics to help them navigate this vast body of teaching. Building on core themes of human dignity, community, rights and responsibilities, option for the poor, dignity of work, solidarity, and care of creation, McKenna distills a vast amount of Catholic teaching into easily digestible summaries, each carefully referenced to its primary source and correlated to pressing issues making today’s headlines. The book includes crucial teachings of the popes from Louis XIII through Francis as well as from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Each chapter concludes with questions for reflection and dialogue and appendices provide tools for parishes and study groups. This practical and thorough guide remains a perennial favorite for study and reference in Catholic parishes, universities, and ministry formation programs.

The Catholic Church

The Catholic Church
Title The Catholic Church PDF eBook
Author Carl Koch
Publisher Saint Mary's Press
Total Pages 340
Release 1994
Genre Christian education
ISBN 0884892980

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How does the Catholic Church exist in the historical context of the world? The course, The Catholic Church, ideal as a one-semester course for eleventh- and twelfth-grade students, explores the developments, people, and events that have shaped the Church. Each chapter focuses on one time period. Using personal vignettes and special readings to make the history more personal and specific, the text engages teens in seeing the full historical dimension of the Catholic Church. Full-color, original illustrations, photographs, charts, cartoons, timelines, and maps acquaint students with people, places, and movements that are important to the history of the Church. Study aids include review questions after each section and activities in the margins of the text to personalize the material.