Item description for The Saints and Our Children: The Lives of the Saints and Catholic Lessons to Be Learned by Mary Reed Newland...
Overview A fresh account of the lives of some of the most popular Saints in the history of the Church--plus, the lessons to be derived from them. Written to help parents inspire love for the Faith in their children through examples from the lives of the Saints, it is also one of the best Lives of the Saints we have seen, and as such is great reading for all, especially because of the lessons it teaches. Extremely thought-provoking.
Publishers Description A fresh account of the lives of some of the most popular Saints in the history of the Church--plus, the lessons to be derived from them. Written to help parents inspire love for the Faith in their children through examples from the lives of the Saints, it is also one of the best Lives of the Saints we have seen, and as such is great reading for all, especially because of the lessons it teaches. Extremely thought-provoking. Impr. 215 pgs, PB
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Studio: TAN Books and Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.94" Width: 5.22" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2009
Publisher Tan Books & Publishers
ISBN 0895555174 ISBN13 9780895555175
Availability 0 units.
More About Mary Reed Newland
Mary Reed Newland was an author and mother of seven who is noted for contributing greatly to the Catholic revival of her time. Her The Saints and Our Children draws insight from the often overlooked details in the lives of popular saints such as St. John Bosco, St. Dominic Savio, and St. Maria Goretti. The book was originally published by P.J. Kenedy & Sons, New York, in 1958. Mrs. Newland's work also received the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur upon publication, and was copyrighted by TAN in 1995.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Saints and Our Children?
Great Resource for Parents Dec 4, 2006
As a diehard Mary Reed Newland fan, I was thrilled when this book was reprinted. The best aspect of this book is that, unlike most lives of the saints, it is written particularly to encourage parents in their efforts in raising their children. Mrs. Newland takes four particular childhood saints -- Dominic Savio, Maria Goretti, Bernadette Soubirous and Thérèse Martin -- and shows how their upbringing and family circumstances, all as diverse as any upbringings and environments can be, formed them. Then she takes different virtues and lessons, using a particular saint story to illustrate how each saint acquired virtue and overcame temptation.
If you have ever felt discouraged in raising your children, if you have ever wondered if they will ever turn out right, you need to read this book and take courage in God's help and your cooperation with His graces.
Great parenting resource back in print Mar 13, 2001
This great little book, originally printed in 1958, brings the saints alive for children. The stories in this book can be read aloud to children of all ages. The first part of the book covers Abraham, John Bosco, Dominic Savio, Maria Goretti, Bernadette Soubirous, Therese Lisieux and the Holy Family, giving stories to help children see how these people became saints. It views their family life, how they grew up, what their faults were and how they overcame them. The second part gives saint stories for parents to use to illustrate a teaching point and correction of their children. The subjects cover areas like loving one's neighbor, purgatory, obedience, selfishness, impure thoughts, temper trouble, pain and suffering, grudge holding -- points all illustrated through a short story from a saint's life. Tremendous family teaching tool, enjoyable and memorable reading.