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Celebrating the Lectionary® for Primary Grades 2017-2018: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource
Lisa Mersereau; PRAYERS WRITTEN BY Corinna Laughlin
Celebrating the Lectionary for Primary Grades
provides 15-minute Lectionary-based catechetical sessions for every Sunday and Holyday of Obligation. It includes reproducible send-home pages for each Sunday and Holyday of Obligation that families can use to live the message of the Lectionary and celebrate the seasons of the liturgical year.
This resource picks up where most school religion textbooks and traditional faith-formation programs leave off, providing children with timely background and reflection on the seasons of the liturgical year and readings for each Sunday and Holyday of Obligation. Use of this resource as part of a school religion or parish religious education program will help children to explore their Catholic identity through the words of the Lectionary, concepts from major Church documents, and solemnities, feasts, and memorials of the liturgical year. This resource is intended for use with children in grades 1-3 (approximately ages 6-8).
Paperback, 8 1/2 x 11, 224 pages
Note to Customers:
Celebrating the Lectionary 2017-2018
will no longer include a CD-ROM. A PDF of the
Prayers and Blessings at Home
page for every session is now available online, which you may download or print the file.
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