Paulist Press, Hardcover — A wonderful picture book for Catholic children in early grade school that explains the seven sacraments in simple and relevant terms, based upon the truths of Catholicism. With interactive questions and beautiful illustrations, both young and old will enjoy reading and learning from this special book.
How we teach our children about First Reconciliation can greatly affect their spiritual welfare — and ours. Published in Catholic Parent, March/April 2005
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!
It’s one of the most misunderstood and under-utilized sacrament of all: Reconciliation or Confession. Elizabeth shares why she is on fire about it and why we should be, too.
Many Catholic marriages are in trouble today. But if married Catholics understood the sacramental nature of their unions and ways to nurture that bond, there could be a whole lot more happily-ever-afters.
The purpose of a Catholic marriage is to reflect Christ’s love for His Bride, the Church. How we live our marriages sends important messages to the world — and most tangibly, to our families.
For Elementary School Students — A presentation on the joy and celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, an often misunderstood and neglected sacrament. The talk covers the two-part gift of the sacrament: the forgiveness of sins and the power of grace and includes a reading of Elizabeth’s book, Child’s Guide to Reconciliation.
Why is Elizabeth, a convert, so on fire about the Sacrament of Reconciliation? Because God helped her understand the power and grace of this sacrament in an unforgettable way.