Catholic and College Bound presents readers with five challenges that college students are sure to face during their time on campus, and five opportunities to experience startling, life-affirming examples of faith.
The Catholic Companion to Jesus is
an in-depth exploration of the life, times, and legacy of Jesus of
Author Lynn Cassella-Kapusinski endured her own parents' divorce when
she was eleven, and she has written Now What Do I Do? to share her own
experiences to help those teens whose parents have separated or divorced.
A touching collection of twelve true, short stories in which the authors relate how they came to feel the presence of God while enjoying the great American pastime of baseball as players, coaches, parents, children, or just plain fans.
Ten real-life stories, written and edited by young adult Catholics, trying to discover how they are called to carry out their faith within their daily lives.
A Pre-Vatican II Movement of the Specialized Lay Apostolate the Young Christian Workers
This book should be read by Catholic high school and college students, in adult education and RCIA classes, and during church retreat and renewal programs. Bill Droel of the National Center of the Laity argues persuasively that the Eucharist we celebrate each weekend only makes sense when it is tied with what we do with the rest of the week.
What do you call a nun who walks in her sleep?
A Roamin' Catholic!
Laugh. Groan if you must. But you have to admit that Catholics aren’t afraid to make fun of themselves.
The third volume in the runaway bestselling series of Catholic jokes focuses on the universal--and often hilarious--human experience of relating to one another and growing old together.
In A Month of Mondays, author and eighth-grade schoolteacher Karen Eifler presents thirty stories that each illuminates a spiritual truth of teaching.
With beautiful illustrations and simple explanations of each stage of the Mass, this book is an invitation for the child to pray and understand the liturgy. Read at home and bring to church each Sunday to invite the child to participate in the Mass.
Documenting the moving and sometimes dramatic stories of students, parents, teachers, sisters, and priest who were part of a segregated Catholic school in Mobile, Alabama.