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  • Pocket Guide To The Stations Of The Cross


    St. Alphonsus Liguori’s Stations of the Cross are the most popular and best loved in our Catholic tradition. Here is the guide that you need to bestow this powerful and essential devotion on children, faithfully, using the time-tested method of this great saint.

    Charming Catholic friends Fulton and Cynthia return in this enthralling comic book to take children back in time to walk the way of our Lord’s Cross. The glorious and endearing Lego-set photos will help readers of all ages to enter into these classic meditations on Jesus’ Passion and death in an entirely new way.

    Every time you pray these Stations, you will truly understand the abundant love that Jesus has for you. Through the sacred scenes, full-color illustrations, and revealing dialogue, children will draw ever closer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

    Features include:

    *Stirring meditations from St. Alphonsus Liguori
    *Instructions on how to pray the Stations
    *Short preparatory prayers
    *Engaging photo scenes for each Station
    *Prayers for the leader and the people
    *Closing prayers

    This handy, pocket-size companion will help you and your family meditate on the sufferings of our Lord more often and be more willing to unite your struggles with His for the salvation of souls. A Pocket Guide to the Stations of the Cross is an ideal gift for classes and all the children in your life.

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  • Holy Mass : On Earth As It Is In Heaven – Join Us In Another Biblical Adven


    Here is the book you need to deepen your love of the Holy Mass, understand the central Mystery of our Faith, and share this passion with others. This innovative book, presented as a conversation between two friends, reveals the beauty ever ancient and new which is born each day on our altars.

    You will learn about God’s plan of salvation and how the Real Presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist is the heart of our faith. This book will guide you in typology (parallels and symbolism) from Adam and Eve, the apple, and the fall to the revelation of God’s love through Mary-the new Eve-who bore Jesus, the fruit of her womb, for our redemption.

    This book is ideal for everyone from older children and young adults to those simply looking for an approachable way to learn about how the Old Testament is fulfilled in the New Covenant. You will be awe-inspired as you discover new insights about how Moses and the Passover relate to the Last Supper and Holy Sacrifice of the Mass today.

    Additionally explained is how priests prepare for Mass, how we should prepare, and the symbolism of the sacred vessels. You will walk through each part of the Mass from the opening procession and Liturgy of the Word to the Liturgy of the Eucharist and dismissal. You will find out how the prayer of the Our Father also signifies each act of worship in the Holy Mass. You will also learn about the real meaning of incense, candles, vestments, and much more.

    This relevant book further includes an explanation of Eucharistic miracles, like Lanciano, as well as glimpses of the saints and their teachings throughout history. You will rejoice in these pages that provide clear teachings of eternal truths about the source and summit of our faith in a palpable way

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  • Catechism Of The Seven Sacraments


    Join your friendly guides Fulton and Cynthia on a biblical adventure as they journey from creation to salvation and discover the importance of God’s sanctifying grace. Set in a vivid comic-book format with stunning photographs, this book makes profound theological concepts accessible to both the Catholic and the curious, the child and the adult.

    Following Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s teachings on Covenant Theology, this book sheds light on the parallels between the Old Testament and the New Testament and the sacraments instituted by Christ that we experience today. Readers will develop a deeper understanding of salvation history, discover how to participate in God’s covenant, and learn how to obtain grace through the sacraments, which are essential on our lifelong journey to the Eternal Promised Land.

    What do LEGO(R) bricks and the sacraments have in common? Well, they’re both used to build things – toy structures and holiness, to be exact. They have different forms and instructions. They require time and commitment. They happen to comprise the contents of a new book by a young Catholic father and mother of seven, and publishing and promoting this book is StoryTel Foundation’s next big project.

    Like so many families, Mary and Kevin O’Neill had a love/hate relationship with these classic bricks. Their kids loved the toy and had books illustrated with LEGO. But when a favorite Bible book illustrated with the toy turned out to have misguided teachings, Kevin and Mary decided to literally take matters into their own hands.

    StoryTel looks forward to sharing the O’Neill story and their wonderful book with the world as soon as possible.

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