First Reconciliation: We Prepare for Reconciliation

First Reconciliation: We Prepare for Reconciliation

The perfect resource to share the faith with children, complete with a parent guide!

Product code :854542

ISBN :9781627854542

Author :Francoise Darcy-Berube and Jean-Paul Berube

Publisher :Twenty-Third Publications

Type :Books

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Authors: Francoise Darcy-Berube and Jean-Paul Berube
Editors: Gwen Costello and Myrtle Power

8.5 X 11" -- 2 student texts plus the leader guides for each.

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► Beautiful and colorful contemporary new design
► Easy-to-hold size for young children (11” x 8.5”)
► Contemporary illustrations and photos throughout
What Have You Learned? review page at the end of each theme
► Recent changes in the liturgy from the Roman Missal
My Prayer Book in the child’s Eucharist book for children to cut out, assemble, and use for prayer

PLUS! Thought-provoking and colorful sidebars
► From the Bible
► From the Liturgy
► Let Us Pray…
► The Church Teaches
► Words to Remember
► Something to Think About
► Did You Know?

Bonus for Parents/Families
Each child’s book includes a FREE full-color 16-page insert that guides parents on their role in the preparation process! This includes one-on-one conversations and daily prayer times. These guides offer parents coaching and basic tips for sharing faith with their children. They also include morning and evening prayer cards for parents to share with their child. Each student book contains the Parent Guide within it, and is included in the price.

56 pages with 16-page pull-out family guide in center (72 pages total) -- 5 chapters with 4-6 themes or short lessons per chapter.

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My Catholic Prayer Book

A charming full-color prayer booklet with a rich selection of beautiful prayers essential to Catholic tradition. This new and revised edition highlights the Catholicity of the prayers, includes the new Penitential Act, and some new prayers.