Details Specifications Book Publisher: GOA Department of Religious Education Cover Style: Saddle-stitched paperback Illustrator: Kathryn Tussing Pages: 26 Flipbook: https://online.fliphtml5.com/iput/wfiq/ Description This complimetnary download has images from the Divine Liturgy Illustrated book that can be colored in by children. Perfect for Sunday school classes learning aobut the Liturgy or for that child who struggles with paying attention during the service.
Did you know there is one set of prayers that the Church recommends ALL Catholics pray, every day? It’s called the Liturgy of the Hours, the official prayer of the Church…and it’s not just for priests. Fr. Blake and Brandon talk about this transformative discipline, and how to overcome obstacles that beginners usually face. They […]
Catechesis Books shared a post on Instagram: "I love carving pumpkins. 🎃 I loved it as a child, and I love doing it now with my children. There's such deep gospel application in the act of choosing a pumpkin, cleaning it, and giving it a light to shine to the world. I'll be carving with my kids this weekend and wrote this little liturgy for our use. I thought maybe you'd enjoy using it too! Happy carving!". Follow their account to see 1218 posts.
Science and the Book of Genesis by Jeffrey Bradshaw, November 26, 2013 Accessed from: http://ldsmag.com/article-1-13600/ on 8.29.17 There Is a Deep Relationship Between Genesis 1-11 and the Liturgy and Layout of Temples The Latter-day Saints have four basic Creation stories. In contrast to versions of the Creation story that emphasizeContinue Reading
Piero della Francesca (c. 1415 – October 12, 1492) The Brera Madonna (also known as the Pala di Brera, the Montefeltro Altarpiece or Brera Altarpiece) 1472-1474 Tempera on panel 248 cm × 150 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan Much ink has been spilt on the ostrich egg pendant hanging by a chain from what seems a semi-dome above the Virgin Mary. First, is it an ostrich egg ? Some have speculated that that is in fact a pearl coming out of the shell - a symbol of the Immaculate Conception. However…