Little Acts of Grace 2, Volume 2

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Our Sunday Visitor, Publishing Division, 2010 - Religion - 48 pages
2 Reviews
Knowing God comes from having a relationship with God.

Guide the young children in your life to grow in their relationship with Jesus by understanding that He is their Best Friend.

He's the one who knows you better than anyone else.

He's the one who is always there, in good times and bad.

He's the one who will help you become the best person you can be.

He's the one who laid down His life for you.

There's no end to the love that Jesus has for you. And all He wants is for you is to love Him back, and to love your family, friends, and neighbors. You can show your love to Jesus in many little ways:

By thanking God for the world He made

By always telling the truth, even when it is hard

By receiving the sacraments of Confession and the Holy Eucharist

By doing lots of little things that mean a lot

Every little act of goodness and grace helps you grow to be a better person and a better friend.

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Review: Little Acts of Grace

User Review  - Clare Cannon - Goodreads

One of my favourite children's spiritual books, this is an explanation of why we do so many little things in our faith: genuflecting, using Holy Water, making the Sign of the Cross, and prayers at ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nathalie - Goodreads

A very helpful book for children AND adults. If only her book about Mary's life were as good... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Rosemarie Gortler is an R.N. and a licensed professional counselor. She is also a eucharistic minister, a member of the Secular Franciscan Order, and a volunteer for Project Rachel. Rosemarie and her husband, Fred, have five children and eight grandchildren.

Donna Piscitelli is a school administrator in Fairfax, Virginia. She is active in her church and in Christian outreach. She and her husband, Stephen, have four children and nine grandchildren.

Mimi Sternhagen is a home-school teacher and mother of five children. She and her husband, Don, assist with Family Life ministry in their parish. In addition to her collaborated works with Rosemarie and Donna, Mimi has illustrated Catholic Cardlinks: Patron Saints, and Teach Me About Mary.

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