New Release Books by Kendra Tierney

Kendra Tierney is the author of The Catholic All Year Prayer Companion (2021), O Come, Emmanuel (2020), Liturgical Living Weekly Meal Planner (2021), The Catholic All Year Compendium (2018) and other 16 books.

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The Catholic All Year Prayer Companion

release date: May 05, 2021
The Catholic All Year Prayer Companion
The Catholic deposit of faith and tradition is wide and deep! There are so many different devotions and ways to pray that it's impossible for anyone to ever use them all, let alone in a busy family. Fortunately the liturgical calendar is here to help! In this companion to her bestselling book about liturgical living traditions in the home, The Catholic All Year Compendium, Kendra Tierney lays out hundreds of prayers, devotions, practices, blessings, indulgences, novenas, hymns, Bible readings, poems, encyclicals, and humor in an easy to use format according to the liturgical seasons and feast days of the Church calendar. These prayers and practices are a great way to connect with the Bible, the Saints, the Church, and your family throughout the year. Without paging through stacks of books, you can easily access hundreds of beautiful devotions for every season of the liturgical year. This book will help you and your family to: Pray the Christmas Novena nine days leading to Christmas Day Sing the beautiful Pange Lingua Gloriosi for the feast of St. Thomas Aquinas Discover the Seven Sundays of Saint Joseph Do the Stations of the Cross during Lent Have a Tenebrae service for the Triduum Have a blessed bonfire for the Nativity of St. John the Baptist Host a family joke night in honor of St. Lawrence and so much more! Plus learn how to pray rosaries, chaplets, novenas and how to get indulgences, and what blessings are appropriate for use by lay people. And do it all with no more preparation than picking this book up from the shelf! Produced with busy families in mind, Kendra Tierney brings these jewels of the Church into your home and family.

O Come, Emmanuel

release date: Nov 13, 2020
O Come, Emmanuel
The story of Christmas began long before Mary gave birth to our Savior, Jesus, in Bethlehem. The story of Christmas—the story of God’s saving plan—began at the creation of the world. Inspired by the Jesse Tree tradition, author Kendra Tierney’s O Come, Emmanuel roots families in the rich symbols of the Old Testament that point to the coming of Jesus Christ. For each day of December leading to Christmas, you’ll find a reading from Sacred Scripture, family-friendly reflections for the day, and a short prayer. Experience the unfolding of God’s plan from Creation to the Patriarchs to the Prophets and beyond with O Come, Emmanuel.

Liturgical Living Weekly Meal Planner

release date: Feb 02, 2021
Liturgical Living Weekly Meal Planner
A year-long weekly meal planner based on the Catholic liturgical calendar and the liturgical living recommendations in the Catholic All Year Compendium, sure to make you a perfectly pious and oh-so organized cook. Or . . . maybe not. But this planner has been mindfully designed for busy moms and everyone who wants to focus a bit more on learning about the lives of the saints, the history and traditions of the Church, and bringing the people we love together around the table. The planner pages are undated. That means having a frozen pizza and leftovers week or going out of town doesn't mean "wasting" dated pages. Fill out the weeks as you go. Skip when you want to. Zero judgement from the planner. In the back you'll find all the feast days on the universal liturgical calendar, plus all the saints' days mentioned in the Catholic All Year Compendium. They are listed with a bit of information to inspire your meal planning-like a country or foods with which the saint or day is associated. Also included are lines to jot down your family members' three special days (birthday, nameday, and baptismal anniversary) and any other important recipes, holy days, holidays, and anniversaries you want to remember when meal planning. Write the month and dates of the upcoming week at the top of the page. Circle the liturgical season to get you in the mood. Then consult the lists in the back of the planner or on your Catholic All Year liturgical wall calendar to see if there are feast days you want to celebrate during the week or days of fasting or abstinence to remember and note them next to the day of the week. Decide on meals. Write them down. Fill out the shopping list. Tear it off when you're ready to head to the store. Easy peasy!

The Catholic All Year Compendium

release date: Oct 19, 2018
The Catholic All Year Compendium
If you've been wondering how to bring the rich traditions of the Catholic Church's liturgical year into your home and into your family, this is the book for you. If you have no idea what the liturgical calendar is, this still might be the book for you, if you are looking for ways to bring your faith home from Sunday Mass, in every season, all year long. Catholic blogger and mother of many, Kendra Tierney shares how her family incorporates traditional Catholic practices into today's family life throughout the Church year—from Advent and Christmas, through Lent and Easter, to Pentecost and beyond. She provides ideas for stories, decorations, activities, and foods that will help you to celebrate your Catholic faith with your family and friends without expertise or much advance planning. She also offers tips and tricks from her fifteen years in the Catholic mommy trenches on things like surviving bringing young children to Mass and saying a family Rosary. Whether you're a convert or a revert, an expert theologian or a brand-new Catholic, a member of a big family or a little one, a stay-at-home or a working parent, you're sure to find ways to make your Catholic faith a memorable and meaningful part of your busy family life. And have fun doing it!

Catholic All December

release date: Sep 12, 2019
Catholic All December
Advent and the new Catholic liturgical year begin on the Sunday closest to the feast of St. Andrew on November 30, which, despite what every Advent calendar thinks, is rarely on December 1. So you'll find pre-Advent prayers, and instructions for making an Advent wreath in the Catholic All November Booklet.This booklet includes everything you'll need for a prayerful Advent and beginning of the Christmas season, including the Christmas Anticipation Prayer, the Immaculate Conception Novena, weekly Advent wreath prayers, the Christmas Novena, an order for the at home blessing of a manger or nativity scene, a Christmas tree, and wine, and an At Home Nativity Play script.You'll also find prayers, devotions, Bible readings, songs, poems, and historical documents for Advent and Christmas saints including Saint Nicholas, Saint Ambrose, Saint Juan Diego, Our Lady of Loreto, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Saint Lucy, Saint John of the Cross, Saints Adam and Eve, Saint Stephen, the Holy Innocents, and the Holy Family.Also included are hymns and carols appropriate for the preparation for and celebration of the Christmas season.The month of December is dedicated to Our Lady, Immaculately Conceived, as is the United States of America. In honor of her feast day on December 8, you'll find prayers including a renewal of the consecration to the Immaculate Conception.It's a busy time of year, so be sure to choose the prayers, devotions, and activities that work for your family, schedule, season of life, and temperament. You don't have to do it all!

A Little Book about Confession for Children

release date: Feb 14, 2014
A Little Book about Confession for Children
The Sacrament of Confession is often misunderstood by children and adults alike. While your child is preparing for his first Confession, it's easy for you both to feel overwhelmed. And even if first Confession was a while ago, perhaps you wish that you and your child had a better understanding of the sacrament. A Little Book about Confession for Children explains the hows and whys of going to Confession. It includes step-by-step instructions for preparing and receiving this beautiful sacrament of healing, which draws us into the infinite mercy of God. The book even provides an examination of conscience just for kids. Everything you and your child need to know about the Sacrament of Reconciliation (or Confession) can be found in this informative little book with charming four-color illustrations. Perfect for preparing to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time, this little book is sure to be used over and over again.

Catholic All Day

release date: Sep 12, 2019
Catholic All Day
This booklet of prayers is a comprehensive collection of Catholic prayers you might wish to use on any given day, but NOT with the expectation that you would use every prayer every day, or even that you would use every prayer ever!Prayers are included that are traditionally used at different times of day. For instance, the Morning Offering, the noon Angelus, the 3pm Divine Mercy Chaplet, and night prayers. Also included are prayers for before and after Mass, meals, and work, and various prayers you might wish to offer for other people. You'll find prayers for traditional devotions like a visit to the Blessed Sacrament, and the Rosary.If you are just beginning to include regular prayer in your daily life, it's best to start in a small and manageable way, with perhaps a Morning Offering and Grace Before Meals. Then, as you become more used to the habit, you can slowly add in new prayers and devotions, like a noon Angelus, a daily family Rosary, and an Examination of Conscience and Act of Contrition at night. If you are able to add daily Mass, a Visit to the Blessed Sacrament, and/or the Sacrament of Confession to your weekly routine, you can use the included prayers here to help you prepare and focus.For prayers, hymns, blessings, and devotions that pertain to particular feast days and seasons of the liturgical calendar, see the Catholic All Year monthly prayer booklets. For an introduction to the concept of liturgical living in the home, and ideas for how to bring the Catholic faith into daily life for you and your family, please see The Catholic All Year Compendium: Liturgical Living for Real Life.

Catholic All November

release date: Sep 12, 2019
Catholic All November
In November, the Church asks that we focus our prayers on the Holy Souls in Purgatory. The Catechism explains: All who die in God's grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven. (CCC 1030)And we can help make that happen! Beginning on All Saints' Day on November 1, the faithful can gain a plenary indulgence-applicable only to the Holy Souls- every day for eight days by praying for the dead in a cemetery. On November 2 only, the plenary indulgence can be gained in either a cemetery or in a Church. Any prayers can be used. Our favorites are included here. Praying for the dead in our local cemetery each year has become a tradition that we really value. Even our little kids can understand how important it is to pray for and make sacrifices for those who can no longer do so for themselves. We use this month to remember the beloved dead in our own family, and to pray specifically for souls who don't have anyone else to pray for them.The month begins with the celebration of those who have already made it to the final goal: heaven! On All Saints' Day we remember all our favorite saints on the liturgical calendar, but especially all the saints in heaven who haven't been officially canonized, and so don't have their own feast days. These even include our own beloved dead who we have reason to hope died in God's grace and without attachment to sin.November saints who do have their own feast days include Saint Martin of Tours and Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Included in this booklet are prayers to and/or by them, plus prayers for Veterans'/Remembrance Day and a cool historical litany to the Fourteen Holy Helpers (of which Saint Catherine is one). The month, and the liturgical year, end with the Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, and one last opportunity to gain a plenary indulgence.

Catholic All January

release date: Dec 30, 2018
Catholic All January
Catholic All January contains all the prayers, Bible passages, songs, and devotions recommended in the book The Catholic All Year Compendium: Liturgical Living for Real Life for the month of January. (Other booklets are coming soon for other months.) Included for January: Grace + the Golden Arrow prayer; December 31--Vigil of Mary, Mother of God; Te Deum; Holy God, We Praise Thy Name; January 1--MARY, THE MOTHER OF GOD; Litany of Loreto; Veni Creator Spiritus; January 3--The Most Holy Name of Jesus; Litany of the Holy Name; Bible readings; January 4--Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton; St. Elizabeth Seton Prayer for Students; St. Elizabeth Seton Prayer for Teachers; Prayer by St. Elizabeth Seton; January 5--Saint John Neumann; Prayer by St. John Neumann; Prayer for Catholic Schools; January 6 or the Sunday after January 1--EPIPHANY; Bible readings; Epiphany House Blessing; We Three Kings of Orient Are; Sunday after Epiphany or January 9--The Baptism of the Lord; Bible readings; Renewal of Baptismal Promises; January 20--Saint Sebastian, Martyr; Prayer for Soldiers; January 21--Saint Agnes; Eve of St. Agnes Rhyme; Evening Prayer of St. Agnes; January 22--Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children; Prayer for the Unborn; January 23--Saint Vincent; Blessing of Grapes; Blessing of Wine; January 25--Conversion of Saint Paul; Prayer for Missions; Bible reading January 28--Saint Thomas Aquinas; Pange Lingua Gloriosi (English); Pange Lingua Gloriosi (Latin); Adoro te Devote; Lost, All Lost in Wonder

Catholic All August

release date: Jul 15, 2019
Catholic All August
Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary dates back to at least the Middle Ages, and has been promoted by a wide variety of saints, always alongside a devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The devotion to the Sacred Heart focuses on reparation for Jesus' suffering and gratitude for his merciful love, while a devotion to the Immaculate Heart is focused on a desire to emulate the love, devotion, and obedience of Our Lady. Pope Pius XII instituted the feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1944 to be celebrated on August 22, coinciding with the traditional octave day of the Assumption. In 1969, Pope Paul VI moved the celebration to the Saturday following the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (the third Saturday after Pentecost). But the August devotion to the Immaculate Heart still remains, and the month contains important feast days in honor of Our Lady. In this month's booklet you'll find prayers for the Feast of Our Lady, Queen of Angels and the very cool associated Portiuncula Indulgence of St. Francis of Assisi, also for the solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the feast of the Queenship of Mary, which now occupies the octave day of the Assumption.There are also prayers and devotions in honor of August saints including St. Lawrence, St. Clare, St. Bartholomew, St. John the Baptist (for his second feast day of the year, commemorating his death), and the mother-son pair of St. Monica and St. Augustine.

Catholic All Year Stations of the Cross

release date: Feb 16, 2019
Catholic All Year Stations of the Cross
These Stations of the Cross are appropriate for use by families and individuals of all ages, in the home or in a church, alone or in a group. This booklet features prayers, Bible readings, meditations adapted from those composed by Saint Alphonsus Liguori (+1787), beautiful illustrations from vintage editions of the Roman Missal, fourteen verses of the Stabat Mater in Latin and English, instructions on hosting the Stations of the Cross in your home, the history of the devotion, and details on how to obtain the associated indulgence.+ Pilate condemns Jesus to die + Jesus accepts his cross + Jesus falls for the first time + Jesus meets his mother, Mary + Simon helps carry the cross + Veronica wipes the face of Jesus + Jesus falls for the second time + Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem + Jesus falls for the third time + Jesus is stripped of his clothes + Jesus is nailed to the cross + Jesus dies on the cross + Jesus is taken down from the cross + Jesus is placed in the tomb

Catholic All July

release date: Jun 14, 2019
Catholic All July
The month of July is dedicated to the Most Precious Blood of Jesus. Before the reorganization of the liturgical calendar in 1969, a feast day in honor of the Most Precious Blood was observed on the first Sunday of July. Currently, this feast day is combined with the Feast of Corpus Christi, on the eighth Sunday after Easter, but the monthly devotion remains. Included in this booklet, is the approved Litany of the Precious Blood along with other prayers, and an apostolic letter explaining the devotion. You'll also find prayers, novenas, homilies, and hymns in honor of July saints: St. Kateri Tekakwitha, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Bridget of Sweden, and Ss. Joachim and Anne, grandparents of Jesus. For the feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, you'll find the Litany of Loreto, and the prayers for enrollment in the Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. This enrollment can be performed by any priest, but a Carmelite would be especially happy to do it for you!

Catholic All September

release date: Jun 11, 2019
Catholic All September
The month of September is dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows, and contains the two slightly somber--yet still triumphant--feasts of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross and of Our Lady of Sorrows. In this booklet you'll find a script for veneration of the Cross, which can be done at home or at church, plus the Roman Ritual for the Blessing of Crosses to be installed in vineyards, fields, or gardens. You can bring your cross and this prayer to your parish priest and ask him to perform the blessing for you, then install the cross in your yard! For Our Lady of Sorrows, you'll find the Bible readings for our family sour candy activity. Also included are instructions and meditations for the thirteenth century Servite Rosary of Our Lady of Sorrows. It can't be prayed on a usual five decade rosary, but you can follow along with your finger on the included illustrated version, or create one yourself with a string and some knots.You'll also find an old Italian prayer to Baby Mary in honor of the Nativity of Our Lady, and prayers, Bible readings, and speeches for September saints: Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta, St. Matthew, and the Archangels: Saint Michael, Saint Gabriel, and Saint Raphael.

Catholic All Year a Visit to the Blessed Sacrament: The Whys and Hows of This Traditional Catholic Devotion, Featuring Instructions, Illustrations, Pr

release date: Mar 19, 2019
Catholic All Year a Visit to the Blessed Sacrament: The Whys and Hows of This Traditional Catholic Devotion, Featuring Instructions, Illustrations, Pr
This booklet contains everything you need to make a visit to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, whether it's for the first time or the hundred and first. You'll get a description of why Catholics adore Jesus in the Eucharist, including quotes from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the Manual of Indulgences, and In Sinu Jesu. You'll get simple and specific instructions for how to do it, including how to find Jesus in the Sacrament in your Catholic church or adoration chapel, be it hidden in the tabernacle or exposed in the monstrance, how to genuflect depending on where you find him, and what to do while you're there. Also included are recommended Bible readings and prayers for before the Blessed Sacrament: Belief in the Divine Presence, Act of Love of St. Francis of Assisi, O Sacrum Convivium, Anima Christi, Adoro Te Devote, Tantum Ergo (these three in Latin and English), and two versions of an Act of Spiritual Communion. Illustrated with beautiful Catholic line art from vintage editions of the Roman Missal, this booklet also contains lined pages on which to write the intentions you wish to bring Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.

Catholic All May

release date: Apr 17, 2019
Catholic All May
The entire month of May is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and in May it is always the Easter season, for at least most of the month. In this booklet, you will find prayers dedicated to Our Lady, including the oldest known prayer to Mary (copies of which date from the 3rd century), a May Crowning Script, the Litany of Loreto, the Angelus, the Regina Caeli, the Magnificat, and-her favorite-the Rosary.I've included a script with Bible readings and hymns for a May Crowning at home (or at school or at the park).Prayers and devotions for May saints' days include the Litany of St. Joseph for St. Joseph the Worker, prayers given to the children by Our Lady of Fatima, the Cristero Prayer and the Our Father in Spanish in honor of the Mexican martyrs, prayers and novenas for St. Rita and St. Joan of Arc, and prayers and a Bible reading for the feast of the Visitation. We've got some of those tricky moveable feasts in here as well. The important Pentecost Novena is the granddaddy of all novenas and the only novena officially commanded for worldwide use by multiple popes, including JPII. It begins the Friday after Ascension Thursday (even if the observation of the Ascension is transferred to the next Sunday) and continues through the vigil of Pentecost the next week. You'll find prayers and Bible readings for the feast of the Ascension, Pentecost, and Trinity Sunday. Corpus Christi and the feast of the Sacred Heart will be in the Catholic All June booklet. To help you keep track of it all, you'll find a list of the dates of moveable feasts from 2019 through 2029.

Catholic All March

release date: Feb 16, 2019
Catholic All March
Catholic All March contains all the prayers, Bible passages, songs, and devotions recommended in the book The Catholic All Year Compendium: Liturgical Living for Real Life for the month of January and the first five weeks of Lent--everything before Holy Week. (Other booklets are coming soon for other months.) Included for March and Lent: Grace + Saint Joseph Prayer; Seven Sundays of Saint Joseph weeks 5-7; Litany of Saint Joseph; March 7--Saints Perpetua and Felicity; Excerpt from the Passion of Ss. Perpetua and Felicity; March 9--Saint Frances of Rome; the Kitchen Prayer; March 17--Saint Patrick; St. Patrick's Breastplate; March 19--Saint Joseph; To You O Blessed Joseph; March 24--Saint Catherine of Sweden; Miscarriage prayer by Mother Angelica; March 25--The Annunciation of the Lord; The Angelus; Gabriel's Message; Moveable Feasts: Fat Tuesday; Ash Wednesday; Laetare Sunday; Passion Sunday; Examination of Conscience; Prayer Before a Crucifix; Stabat Mater Hymn; Stations of the Cross

Catholic All June

release date: May 15, 2019
Catholic All June
The month of June is devoted to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, and it's just chock full of opportunities for plenary indulgences (and partial ones too)! Indulged prayers and practices in this month's booklet include the Consecration of the Family to the Sacred Heart (which can be done any time), the Act of Reparation to the Sacred Heart (to be said on the feast of the Sacred Heart), two different plenary indulgences from which to choose for the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, and a whole slew of partially indulged prayers, including many litanies, which are kid favorites in my house. A partial indulgence is also attached to the included collect prayer of each feast day. Indulgences really are the ULTIMATE act of Christian charity, and are a beautiful thing of which to be mindful throughout the month of June and the whole liturgical year! You'll also find a blessing for bonfires, for the Eve of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. We have reached the end of the moveable feasts for the liturgical year with this booklet. Included here are Corpus Christi (a.k.a. the Feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Jesus) which falls the Second Sunday after Pentecost, and the feasts of the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts.

Catholic All April: Traditional Catholic Prayers, Bible Passages, Songs, and Devotions for the Month of the Blessed Sacrament, Holy Week,

release date: Mar 19, 2019
Catholic All April: Traditional Catholic Prayers, Bible Passages, Songs, and Devotions for the Month of the Blessed Sacrament, Holy Week,
The month of April is dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament. In honor of that, you'll find the hymn Adoro Te Devote, as well as prayers in honor of the Blessed Sacrament, and instructions on how to make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament. In this booklet for April, I have included all the prayers, Bible readings, songs, and devotions that our family uses for Holy Week, Easter, and Divine Mercy Sunday. Since the date of Easter can move by more than a month (depending on the date of the paschal full moon) in some years these days will fall during March. However, since Holy Week and Easter more often fall in April, and the Catholic All March booklet was already chock full o' Lent, this seemed like the right call.So, in this booklet, you'll get Bible readings for Palm Sunday, as well as instructions for making a Palm Cross at home, and meal planning and activity suggestions for Holy Week, plus readings and a hymn for Spy Wednesday and Holy Thursday. For Good Friday, you'll find a summary of the events of the passion, instructions for venerating the cross, readings, and the indulged devotions of the Stations of the Cross and the prayer before a crucifix. Also included is the entire Divine Mercy Novena, which begins on Good Friday, and continues through the vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday on the Second Sunday of Easter. For Holy Saturday, you'll find readings plus a beautiful ancient homily for that day. There are Bible readings and hymns for Easter Sunday. And, in addition to the Divine Mercy Novena, you'll find prayers and instructions for the Divine Mercy Indulgence, and the Divine Mercy Chaplet.Also included are prayers for some April saints: St. George, St. Mark, St. Gianna Molla, and St. Catherine of Siena. One note: When St. George's Day or St. Mark's Day falls between Palm Sunday and the Second Sunday of Easter inclusive, it is transferred to the Monday after the Second Sunday of Easter. If both fall in this period, St. George's Day is transferred to the Monday and St. Mark's Day to the Tuesday. As discussed in the March booklet, the Annunciation and St. Joseph's Day also get transferred if they fall between Palm Sunday and Easter, inclusive. Other saint's days that fall during Holy Week or the Easter Octave get bumped for that year.You'll also find agricultural prayers and the Litany of All Saints for a procession in honor of the Major Rogation Day which coincides with St. Mark's Day, but predates it, and isn't affiliated with it. If Easter falls on April 25th, the Major Rogation Day is observed on the 26th.

My Fairy-Tale Prayer Book

release date: Mar 24, 2018
My Fairy-Tale Prayer Book
Twenty-three traditional Catholic prayers, plus how to say the Rosary, decorated with awesome boy and girl fairy tale characters and bright, fun, full-color on every page. These aren't kiddie versions. They're the actual prayers with their traditional wording, so kids can learn the magisterium-approved translations that have been recited by Catholics for generations.A great resource for parents, godparents, grandparents, students, teachers, and religious education programs. Makes a great gift for baptism, or First Holy Communion.Prayers included are: Sign of the Cross, Apostle's Creed, Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be, Our Lady's Fatima Prayer, Hail Holy Queen, Rosary Prayer, St. Michael Prayer, How to Pray the Rosary, The Mysteries of the Rosary, Grace Before Meals, Grace After Meals, Morning Offering, Prayer to One's Guardian Angel, Angelus, Regina Caeli, Memorare, Prayer to the Holy Spirit, Prayer for the Souls in Purgatory, Act of Faith, Act of Hope, Act of Love, Act of Spiritual Communion, and Act of Contrition.

My Woodland Prayer Book

release date: Apr 04, 2018
My Woodland Prayer Book
Twenty-three traditional Catholic prayers, plus how to say the Rosary, decorated with cute woodland creatures h b. and bright, fun, full-color on every page. These aren't kiddie versions. They're the actual prayers with their traditional wording, so kids can learn the magisterium-approved translations that have been recited by Catholics for generations. A great resource for parents, godparents, grandparents, students, teachers, and religious education programs. Makes a great gift for baptism, or First Holy Communion. Prayers included are: Sign of the Cross, Apostle's Creed, Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be, Our Lady's Fatima Prayer, Hail Holy Queen, Rosary Prayer, St. Michael Prayer, How to Pray the Rosary, The Mysteries of the Rosary, Grace Before Meals, Grace After Meals, Morning Offering, Prayer to One's Guardian Angel, Angelus, Regina Caeli, Memorare, Prayer to the Holy Spirit, Prayer for the Souls in Purgatory, Act of Faith, Act of Hope, Act of Love, Act of Spiritual Communion, and Act of Contrition.This book is 6x9 inches, bound with a smooth matte softcover, with high quality, full-color illustrations.
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