Books for Young Catholics


Books for Children

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

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

Young children (4-8) readily understand that Lent is a time to get ready for Easter. But they may not understand why we start out with ashes on our foreheads, don’t eat meat on Fridays in Lent or give up things like candy for 40 days. This interactive sticker book presents the central Catholic practices of Lent and, most importantly, explains why we do what we do—to draw closer to God. With the help of a parent or teacher, children apply colorful stickers as they learn about this sacred season of the Church Year.

 

Prayers and Guidelines

Prayers and Guidelines

for Young Catholics

This convenient resource includes traditional Catholic prayers, Holy Days, Commandments, Beatitudes, Mysteries of the Rosary (including Luminous Mysteries), Precepts of the Church, Sacraments, the Liturgical Calendar, and much more − all in larger-size type appropriate for young readers.

 

Welcome, Children!

Welcome, Children!

A Child's Mass Book

Here's a fun, reverent and educational way to help children celebrate the Eucharist. Activities to develop understanding of the Mass are arranged in an easy-to-follow sequence that parallels the progression of the Mass.

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Living Faith Kids: Praying the Mass (Booklet)

Living Faith Kids: Praying the Mass (Booklet)

Young children (4-8) will have fun as they learn the basic parts of the Mass and the people’s responses with this interactive sticker booklet. Following along with a parent or teacher, children apply colorful stickers as they learn about each of the prayers and elements of the Mass. When completed, the booklet will serve children well as a participation aid, one they have made themselves! Published with the approval of the Committee on Divine Worship, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

 

Mass Prayers for Young Catholics

Mass Prayers for Young Catholics

Inspire children to a truly devotional participation in the Mass with this new first missal. Colorful illustrations lead them, step by step, through the Order of the Mass. Color-coded text − priest's words, cues for actions, responses − ensures that young Catholics will be able to participate in their community's celebration.