Item description for When You Are a Grandparent (Handing on the Faith) by Carol Luebering...
Overview A grandmother herself, Luebering discusses how grandparents can best serve as a type of precatechistical resource: modeling God's love, being an advocate or listening ear, and shaping children's taste for ritual and tradition.
Publishers Description Grandchildren are one of life's sweetest gifts. Grandparents nurture faith best by loving their grandchildren, telling them stories from the past and celebrating family rituals and traditions. As grandparents, you may find yourself tiptoeing across eggshells whenever the subject of religion arises. But you still have the right to articulate the beliefs you hold with or without support from your children, says Carol Luebering in "When You Are a Grandparent." Luebering, a grandmother herself, discusses how grandparents can serve best as a sort of precatechetical resource: modeling God's love, being an advocate or listening ear and shaping a child's taste for ritual and tradition.
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Studio: Saint Anthony Messenger Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2002
Publisher Saint Anthony Messenger Press
Series Handing On The Faith
ISBN 0867164883 ISBN13 9780867164886
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More About Carol Luebering
Carol Luebering is the author of many articles and books, including other Handing on the Faith titles and A Retreat With Job and Julian of Norwich: Trusting That All Will Be Well.
Carol Luebering has published or released items in the following series...
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a weaker entry in the series Jul 2, 2002
This is another volume in the Handing on the Faith series. This is a weaker volume in that it makes many assumptions about family relationships that may not translate into specific family situations: it makes little allowance for families in which the grandparents converted to Catholicism, for single parent families, for mixed marriages. It makes more allowance for the parents' (rather than grandparents') generation primarily in terms of non-practicing Catholics.
However, for traditional families dealing with handing on the faith in support of (or in spite of) parental religious education especially where physical distance presents a barrier, this volume is useful.