Bringing Home the Gospel: The Year of Matthew: A Weekly Journal for Catholic Parents

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Franciscan Media, 2007 - Religion - 126 pages
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Bringing Home the Gospel: The Year of Matthew: A Weekly Journal for Catholic Parents is designed for busy parents who want to share the faith with their family and reflect on their day-to-day spiritual journey. Each week, you will find a reflection based on the Sunday Gospel. These reflections will help you bring the Word of God home and apply it to your life and help you grow in your relationship with God as individuals and as parents.

"Family Response" questions or suggestions give you an opportunity to talk with your children about God and the things that are important to your family. There's plenty of room for you to journal and record how the Gospel reading touches you in a particular way or relates to something significant happening in your life. Dunlap includes an easy-to-understand overview of the Church's liturgical year and a ten-year liturgical calendar.

Bringing Home the Gospel is a perfect gift for engaged couples, newly married couples, parents and grandparents—anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of Scripture and live a gospel life.

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JUDITH DUNLAP, catechetical consultant and writer for St. Anthony Messenger Press, has been involved in religious education for almost thirty years. She wrote the religious education column for Church magazine and chaired the Catechetical Renewal Network (Alternative Model of Religious Education). She wrote Practical Catechesis: Visions and Tasks for Catechetical Leaders, Handing on the Faith: When You Are a Catechist and Handing On the Faith: When You Teach in a Catholic School, and God Is Calling, with coauthor Mary Cummins Wlodarski (St. Anthony Messenger Press). Judith and her husband, Roger, live in Centerville, Ohio, and have five children and six grandchildren.

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