Making Things Right Paperback
The Sacrament of Reconciliation
by Jeannine Timko Leichner;
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Making Things Right
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Designed for use in the classroom or at home, Making Things Right, Revised is the perfect way to help children prepare to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Here is catechesis at its finest as, page after page, ideas and activities engage children and reinforce lessons presented by a parent or catechist.
Children are eager to ...
Fill in missing words
Draw and color illustrations
Solve word puzzles
They learn about ...
God's love and mercy
Loving God and others
Sin and its effects
What it means to be sorry and ask for forgiveness
How to prepare for and celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation with joy
Consistent with the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Making Things Right, Revised includes material at the end of the book to enrich the faith of the parent and catechist and to help them prepare each lesson. The Parent/Catechist Guide gives an overview of each section, explains the focus of each page, and suggests ways to integrate the ideas presented into the children's own faith and life. It is no wonder that Making Things Right, Revised remains the top choice of religious educators nationwide!
Making Things Right by Jeannine Timko Leichner was published by Our Sunday Visitor Inc.,U.S. in October 2005 and is our 1702nd best seller. The ISBN for Making Things Right is 9781592761579.
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Details for Making Things Right
|Page last updated||21st October 2015|
|Author / Artist||Jeannine Timko Leichner|
|Publisher||Our Sunday Visitor Inc.,U.S. (October 2005)|
|Edition||2nd Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||70|