The New Saint Joseph First Communion Catechism is a wonderful First Communion gift for any young boy or girl. This booklet is filled with full color illustrations along side prayers for everyday use and lessons about the sacraments, the Blessed Trinity, the Holy Eucharist and how to make a good confession just to name a few. The St. Joseph Revised Baltimore Catechism for First Communion also includes pictures and explanations of common objects we see in church. The user-friendly format and design of this book explains Catholic doctrine in a comprehendible and fun way for children.
Table of Contents: Prayers for Everyday, God Made Us, God is Great, The Blessed Trinity, The First Sins, The Son of God Becomes Man, Jesus Opens Heaven For Us, Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation, Sacrament of Penance, How to Make a Good Confession, The Holy Eucharist, The Holy Mass, Holy Days of Obligation, Various Prayers, Night and Other Prayers.
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|By:||einnoc (Coudersport, Pa, October 1, 2009)|
|Review:||I use this as a supplement to my First Eucharist and 3rd grade Faith First books. It breaks information down in an easier format and I like the review questions at the end of each chapter. Best Uses: Reference; Describe Yourself: Everyday Reader; Pros: Easy To Understand, Holds Kids Attention, Positive Message, Teaches Good Values, Well Written|
|By:||None (MD, September 18, 2010)|
|Review:||Thank you! Best Uses: Older Readers, Reference, Special Needs, Younger Readers; Describe Yourself: Everyday Reader; Pros: Easy To Understand, Great Pictures, Holds Kids Attention, Positive Message, Stimulates Imagination, Teaches Good Values, Well Written|
|By:||Kathleen Lehman (Baltimore, April 14, 2015)|
|Review:||Long ago when I was getting ready for my First Communion, my grandmother bought me a copy of the entire St. Joseph Catechism series to supplement my CCD text. Recently I got a copy for my (non-Catholic) 10- and 8-year-old grandchildren when they started asking me questions about religion. The book has been updated some since 1966, but still has the clearest brief explanations of grace and the Eucharist for this age group that I know.|
|By:||Catherine (Fulmer, April 22, 2015)|
|Review:||A great book - have already been using it to teach my grandchildren and they are finding it very interesting.|