This charmingly illustrated and told story features three simple vignettes to model the use of a Peace Rose to express feelings and help children navigate their daily interpersonal conflicts.
As adults sharing CGS with children, we have often realized how rich it’s content is for the adult’s relationship with God. This book is an attempt to nurture the adult’s hunger and thirst for “good news of great joy” (Luke 2:10) that the children experience through CGS.
When I Make Silence was written to help children nurture their need for a silent time of reflection. Includes lovely illustration by Alicia Jewell.
This remarkable evolution series, narrated by the Universe itself, concludes with Book 3, the amazing story of mammals.
"Once upon a time" meets science in a children's picture book that tells the thrilling story of how life began on Earth.
Cosmology for everyone, this is a story of the universe from the Big Bang to the formation of Earth, in the form of a letter written by the thirteen-billion-year-old universe itself to an Earthling.
In this DVD, Catherine Maresca, director of the Center for Children and Theology, leads an intimate conversation with parents, sharing with them the rich spiritual life of their children, and how that life is met in the atrium. This one hour video is the perfect introduction to the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, either for a parent education session or for those who'd love to learn more about the spiritual life of children.
Together with these books offer the reader insight into Scripture and Liturgy as the means to understand God's plan of salvation history, from the creation of the world, through redemption by the life, death, and Resurrection of Jesus, to its culmination in the Parousia, when God will be all in all.
Sofia Cavalletti’s primary concern in this book is to assist adults who are working with the religious formation of children to enter more deeply into the essential aspects of the liturgy.
The History of the Kingdom of God' s two volumes offer the reader insight into Scripture and Liturgy as the means to understand God's plan of salvation history, from the creation of the world, through redemption by the life, death, and Resurrection of Jesus, to its culmination in the Parousia, when God will be all in all. While this first volume is essential reading for all catechists of the Good Shepherd, all who study the Bible and who seek to understand God's revelation through sacred history will be enlightened and inspired by Cavalletti's insights and scholarship.
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