Paulist Press — The timeless moral teachings of one of the greatest spiritual works ever written, Imitation of Christ by Thomas a’ Kempis, is presented for the first time in an interesting and easy-to-understand manner for young Catholic readers.
Summer family activities are chock-full of potential insights relative to our Catholic spirituality — if we look at them through the eyes of faith. Published in Take out, Family Faith on the Go (OSV), Summer 2007
What Halloween is and isn’t, and how Catholics can reclaim this pagan holiday. Published in Ligourian, October 2000
from Building Strong, Healthy Families through the Sacraments
The sacraments are powerful encounters with the Living God – and because of that they can transform individuals, the family, and the world!
from Helping Kids Develop a Personal Relationship with Jesus
The secret to a vibrant Catholic faith is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Here’s how we can start that process in our children.
With all the preparations the holiday season requires, let’s not overlook the preparation of our hearts. Here are simple but poignant ways to keep Christ in Christmas.
Lent is a great time for making changes. But the best change of all may be how you look at this special liturgical season.
from Theology of Dance Presentation
What does swing dancing and respectful intimacy have to do with one another? Elizabeth and Mark will teach you, step by step. This presentation for junior high, high school, or young adults can include a swing dance lesson.