The Religious Potential of the Child: Experiencing Scripture and Liturgy with Young Children

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LiturgyTrainingPublications, 1992 - Religion - 188 pages
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Publisher's description. This classic book describes an experience with children from ages three to six, an experience of adults and children dwelling together in the mystery of God. Known as the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, this way of religious formation is profoundly biblical and sacramental, and it is, at the same time, deeply respectful of the nature of young children, who make their way to God in freedom and joy. 'The Religious Potential of the Child' is not a 'how-to' book, complete with lesson plans and material ideas. Instead it offers a glimpse into the religious life of the atrium, a specially prepared place for children to live out their silent request: 'Help me come closer to God by myself.' Here we can see the child's spiritual capabilities and perhaps even find in our own souls the child long burdened with religious information.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgment
1
Introduction
21
Chapter
47
Chapter Three
62
Chapter Four
79
Chapter Five
98
Chapter Seven
120
Chapter Eight
138
Chapter Nine
151
Chapter
158
Chapter Eleven
168
Conclusion
176
Index of Presentations
188
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