Catholic Etiquette for Children at Mass

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Our Sunday Visitor Publishing, 2001 - Reference - 32 pages
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You have two young, rambunctious children. Should you attend one Mass and your spouse attend another so you can leave your children at home?

You need Catholic Etiquette For Children At Mass.

Your brother is marrying a non-Catholic and her family is in a dither over what will happen at the wedding.

Give them Catholic Etiquette for Weddings.

With the refreshingly unbiased view of a convert, author Kay Lynn Isca has created two practical booklets that help Catholics and non-Catholics alike figure out the "rites" and wrongs of Catholic etiquette.

From the essential -- Can non-Catholics receive Communion at a wedding Mass? -- to the potentially embarrassing -- Is there a special place for families with children to sit in Church? -- Kay Lynn Isca covers it all.

Affordably priced, these booklets are ideal for back of the church racks as well as for personal use!


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About the author (2001)

Kay Lynn Isca is the author of OSV's Catholic Etiquette, Catholic Etiquette for Children at Mass, and Catholic Etiquette for Weddings. She was publisher of newsletter entitled "Japan Notebook.

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