Books for Young Catholics


Books for Children

Living Faith Kids: Learning About the Works of Mercy (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Learning About the Works of Mercy (Booklet)

Help the children of your parish spread Jesus' love through acts of mercy in their daily lives.

Do you like action movies? Would you rather move around, jump and play, instead of sitting around? If so, then you’re going to like learning about the Works of Mercy. They’re all about action! They’re ways to make your faith something you do. Most of all, the Works of Mercy are ways you can show Jesus how much you love him. 

 

Living Faith Kids: What We Do In Advent (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: What We Do In Advent (Booklet)

Young children (4-8) understand that Advent is our time of getting ready for Jesus’ birth. Shopping, decorating, baking and sending cards are good ways to prepare for the celebration. But when we remember that Jesus comes to save the whole world, and that he loves us more than we can imagine, we know that we need to get ready in a deeper way. This interactive sticker booklet presents Catholic practices of Advent, and offers ideas and suggestions to get ready for the great big, joyful celebration of Jesus’ birth. 

 

My First Reconciliation Activity Book

My First Reconciliation Activity Book

My First Reconciliation Activity Book reinforces catechetical teachings on many subjects including : What’s needed for a good confession. How to go to confession, How to make good decisions (based on the Ten Commandants).

 

God's Heroes

God's Heroes

A Child's Book of Saints

Children look up to and admire their heroes – from athletes to action figures, pop stars to princesses. This book introduces 13 of the greatest heroes of our faith. Each life story highlights a particular virtue and relates it to a child’s life today.

 

 

Living Faith Kids: What I See In Church (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: What I See In Church (Booklet)

Young children (4-8) will have fun as they learn to identify the names and uses of the objects typically found in a Catholic Church. With this interactive sticker booklet and the help of a parent or teacher, children apply colorful stickers as they learn how the things we see in church help us worship God together. When completed, the booklet will serve children well as a fun reminder that any Catholic church or chapel throughout the world is a place they can feel at home in faith.

 

Living Faith Kids: Learning About the Ten Commandments (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Learning About the Ten Commandments (Booklet)

Young children (4-8) will have fun as this interactive sticker booklet teaches them about the Ten Commandments, God’s loving guidelines for living a safe and happy life. Children learn that the Commandments together with another of God’s gifts, our conscience, help us know right from wrong and make loving choices. Following along with a parent or teacher, children apply colorful stickers as they learn about the biblical source and application of each commandment. 

 

Living Faith Kids: Meet Mother Teresa (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Meet Mother Teresa (Booklet)

Packed with fun, Meet Mother Teresa is engaging and informative. The colorful artwork and activity stickers make learning about one of the most beloved saints and enjoyable and absorbing experience, and teaches children how they can be more like a saint. Show children how this “little nun” - with signature humility, compassion and great love for all  - made such a giant impact on the world!

 

Living Faith Kids: Learning About the Sacraments (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Learning About the Sacraments (Booklet)

Young children (4-8) will have fun as they learn about the Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church with this interactive sticker booklet. Following along with a parent or teacher, children apply colorful stickers as they learn about each sacrament, its essential words and actions and most importantly, how it is a channel for God’s grace in our lives. When completed, the booklet will serve children well as an encouragement for their participation in the sacraments throughout their lives. Published with an imprimatur.

 

Living Faith Kids: Living the Beatitudes (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Living the Beatitudes (Booklet)

Pope Francis once told a crowd of more than 6,000 people to repeat each of the Beatitudes after him! So why are the Beatitudes so important? Because they are the way Jesus wants us to live. When we follow the Beatitudes, we are full of joy, Christ’s joy. There’s no better way to live. This little booklet can show you how to get started! Use the stickers and fun activities to learn more about the Beatitudes and Jesus’ love for you.

 

Come, Follow Me

Come, Follow Me

A Child's Guide to Faithful Choices

The newest book in this popular series takes the basics of Catholic moral teaching and breaks those big ideas down to primary-grade size. Children learn that the choices they make show who they are and what is important to them, and that their choices affect other people, too.

 

 

Living Faith Kids: Praying the Rosary (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Praying the Rosary (Booklet)

The Rosary is one of the most enduring forms of Catholic prayer because it is a simple yet profound way of immersing oneself in the central mysteries of Christ’s life and ministry. Children (4-12) can learn the basics of this traditional prayer form and have fun doing it with this interactive sticker booklet. With the help of a parent, teacher or older sibling, the child learns the prayers and mysteries of the Rosary, marking each with a colorful sticker. When completed, the booklet serves as a useful reminder of a devotion that will last a lifetime.

 

Living Faith Kids: Praying the Stations of the Cross (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Praying the Stations of the Cross (Booklet)

The Stations of the Cross is so powerful a devotion because we put ourselves in the steps of Jesus as he makes his way to Calvary for our sake. Children (4-12) learn about this traditional devotion with this interactive sticker booklet. Helped by a parent, teacher or older sibling, a child learns to pray with Jesus as he makes his saving journey to the cross.