A book and CD set of 38 songs with music, chords, lyrics and notes by Catherine Maresca regarding use of each song in the atrium.
A book and CD set of 39 songs with music, chords, lyrics and notes by Catherine Maresca regarding use of each song in the atrium.
Thus set of four Messianic prophecies are presented in the atrium to children beginning at age three, giving them beautiful names and images for Jesus, the Messiah. At home or in the atrium, you can use these with an Advent wreath during Advent and a Creche during Christmas.
Using a Music Maker Lap Harp, these simple sheets allow children to play favorite songs from the atrium without musical training or instruction. Add this to your atrium as an additional way to reflect on the themes of CGS. This packet includes a collection of 48 songs from the Songbooks, Sing with Joy and Songs of Love.
Use Still Waters: Emmanuel to create an Advent Retreat or a Day of Prayer.
Still Waters offers a way to create an atrium-like prayer space for adults. Using these materials, an environment is easily prepared with ten meditation spaces. Emmanuel leads participants to read a scripture verse, work with art materials, contemplate meaningful questions, or simply pray in response to scripture exploring the meaning of the Messianic prophecies and Infancy Narratives read during Advent and Christmas.
Gobbi presents a rare balance of the theory and application of Montessori principles for use in a religious setting.
8 1/2 x 11, 100 pages.
The Good Shepherd and the Child: A Joyful Journey describes how CGS fosters the child's spirituality through respect for the child’s awe and wonder. It is a lovely accessible book for parents, catechists, and anyone interested in the spirituality of the child. Now revised and updated with reflections by Rebekah Rojcewicz, this foundational text outlines the trusted methods used for training those in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program.
This book will be a great help to educators and catechists seeking to understand the characteristics of the older child, particularly the child’s relationship with the mystery of God. Even those not familiar with the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd will find in these pages wisdom and insight into the religious life and needs of older children
This classic book describes the profoundly biblical and sacramental way of religious formation for children ages 3 to 6 known as the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. This experience of adults and children dwelling together in the mystery of God is Montessori-based and is deeply respectful of the nature and spirituality of young children who make their way to God in freedom and joy.