Charm St. Josephine Bakhita
Josephine Bakhita was born in 1869 in Sudan. As a child, she was kidnapped, enslaved, sold, tortured and humiliated. Eventually, a master moved her to Italy. There Josephine met the Canossian Sisters. After a legal battle to establish her freedom, Josephine joined the sisters in 1893. She once said, “If I were to meet the slave-traders who kidnapped me and even those who tortured me, I would kneel and kiss their hands, for if that did not happen, I would not be a Christian and Religious today.”
2019 LWC Sunday Missal for Young Catholics
Give the Sunday Missal for Young Catholics to children, youth and their families and promote active participation in the Mass. -Perfect for children ages 7 and up -Stunning full-colour illustrations...
2019-20 Student Planner
New Arrival! This beautiful planner was designed specifically for Catholic Kids so that they could stay organized while being inspired to live out their faith just a little bit better....
22 Ready-Made Prayer Services
by Maryann Hakowski 22 Ready-Made Prayer Services is a rich resource that invites both the novice and veteran youth minister to create and foster prayer experiences that challenge teens to...