Saint Pope Pius X - Biography and Writings
St. Pius was born in 1835 in the region of Venice, Italy, one of ten children. He became a priest, then bishop of Mantua, and Patriarch of Venice before being elected Pope in 1903. He is best known for his love of the liturgy and his restoration of holy communion to children seven years of age and older (first communion had customarily been delayed till age 12 or so). He died in 1914.
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God's Seven Gifts: Seven Sacraments of the Catholic Church - 6 CD Set
The Catholic Church has always emphasized how important the seven sacraments are for our lives. Yet many take these 7 sacraments for granted. With little understanding of the sacraments, many are simply going through the motions. This CD will give you new insight into the meaning of these seven unique embraces of divine love that will unlock the power of the sacraments in your life!
The Bible Timeline Guided Journal
This is more than just a journal; it is a personal guide through the story of salvation history. This valuable guide will assist you with a 90-day plan for reading the 14 narrative books of the Bible. With plenty of room for notes, this resource contains thought-provoking questions to help jump-start your journaling, tips on how to study the Bible, and a prayer for each day of readings.