Faith-Based Strategies to Reach and Teach Learners with Disabilities
The Adaptive Teacher will teach you how to maximize the effectiveness of your lessons with concrete strategies you can implement in your classroom to benefit all learners.
Overcoming Self-Doubt and Appreciating the Gift of You
Weber reflects on her experiences of self-doubt, insecurity, growth, and discovery that she, like all of us, is already enough and worthy of God's love.
Everyone Belongs is a book about recognizing the value of our differences, respecting each other, and forgiveness. For children ages 5-12.
A Personal Retreat on the Great Commandment
This book provides personal, adaptable retreat sessions/reflections focused on the concepts of love for God and neighbor—the great commandment.
Finding God at the Intersection of Heaven and Earth
Joe Paprocki demystifies the Catholic sacraments and presents them as a way of life to be experienced each day, rather than as standalone events.
An Illustrated Guide to Their History and Meaning
From the sign of the fish to the Stations of the Cross, from palms to ashes, this book will enable readers to appreciate the symbols of faith all around us.
Transforming Your Life One Step at a Time
If you are looking for steps to improve your life that are achievable, sustainable, and life-changing, Gary Jansen's MicroShifts is a powerful place to begin.
In On Faith, Pope Francis draws on stories from the Old and New Testaments and examples from his own life to show that faith, like hope, is rooted in love.
With inspiring words and vibrant illustrations, Pope Francis Says… shows children how to live as Christians and know they are loved by God.
A collection of personal stories in which grandparents and elders from around the world share from their "reservoirs of wisdom" to inspire and guide.
An Ignatian Daybook for Healthy Spiritual Living
Wright's reflections help you discover "God in all things," recognize the graces of the day, and take simple, powerful steps to grow in faith, hope, and love over a year.
How Everyday Disciples Will Renew the Church
Start with Jesus offers a practical and sustainable way to reorganize our parishes from the ground up, instead of the top down, by focusing on people, process, and culture.