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What Happened when I said YES

What Happened when I said YES

Answering the Call to Be a Young Adult Writerby Leslea Wahl; author of The Perfect BlindsideI’ve always enjoyed writing. For as long as I can remember I have been a creator of stories and have had ideas swirling through my head. Though I liked writing, I didn’t really pursue it. For years I followed other interests, but I was always drawn to writing. When I worked I wrote articles for in-house publications. I contributed to newsletters for organizations I volunteered with. I wrote summer learn...
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Pauline Books & Media Wins Three Awards from the Catholic Press Association

Pauline Books & Media Wins Three Awards from the Catholic Press Association

BOSTON, MA — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Pauline Books & Media, the publishing house of the Daughters of St.Paul, is honored to announce three award-winning book titles recognized for excellence from the Catholic Press Association at the Catholic Media Conference in Buffalo, NY.The judges recognized two children’s titles and one adult title at the conference, with one title receiving a first place award and two receiving second place.First place in the Children’s Books and Books for Teens Ca...
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Pauline Books & Media Wins Four Excellence in Publishing Awards

Pauline Books & Media Wins Four Excellence in Publishing Awards

BOSTON, MA — MAY 19, 2015–The Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP) announced the 2015 Excellence in Publishing Awards yesterday, honoring Pauline Books & Media with the top three awards in the Children’s Books category and one award in the General Interest category. The ACP awards traditionally recognize the best in Catholic publishing, and will be given out at the Religious Booksellers Trade Exhibit (RBTE) in St. Charles, Illinois on May 28.“We are so excited to hear about the ACP a...
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Why You Should See the Blessed James Alberione Movie

Why You Should See the Blessed James Alberione Movie

Blessed James Alberione is definitely someone whose story you want to know. Why?Because he's the first priest to so clearly see how the media are tremendous gifts for bringing the world to Christ and Christ to the world that he actually did something about it: he founded two religious congregations dedicated exclusively to communicating Christ.Because his spirituality is not abstract or esoteric, but for real people living real lives today.And because this is how three recent Popes have talked a...
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Pauline Books & Media Children's Book Wins 2015 Christopher Award

Pauline Books & Media is honored to announce that I Forgive You: Love We Can Hear, Ask For, and Give, written by Nicole Lataif and illustrated by Katy Betz, is a 2015 Christopher Award recipient as announced by The Christophers today. I Forgive You: Love We Can Hear, Ask For, and Give teaches children ages 4–7 a balanced, Christian view of forgiveness. Simply structured sentences and scenarios paired with whimsical illustrations show children the power of three simple words: I forgive you. ...
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Pauline Books & Media Children's Book Wins 2015 Christopher Award

Pauline Books & Media Children's Book Wins 2015 Christopher Award

Pauline Books & Media is honored to announce that I Forgive You: Love We Can Hear, Ask For, and Give, written by Nicole Lataif and illustrated by Katy Betz, is a 2015 Christopher Award recipient as announced by The Christophers today.I Forgive You: Love We Can Hear, Ask For, and Give teaches children ages 4–7 a balanced, Christian view of forgiveness. Simply structured sentences and scenarios paired with whimsical illustrations show children the power of three simple words: I forgive you.Th...
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Help Children Develop a Gratitude Habit with a Comforting Bedtime Story

Help Children Develop a Gratitude Habit with a Comforting Bedtime Story

BOSTON, MA-FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-“Train yourself never to put off the word or action for the expression of gratitude.”—Albert SchweitzerParents want their children to be happy, healthy and kind, but did you know that a habit of daily gratitude may be the key to a lifetime of joy?Numerous articles and studies have shown the benefits of a daily gratitude habit and its overall contribution towards generous living and long-term happiness. Pauline Books & Media’s new children’s release, Befo...
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In Good Times and Bad…Sharing the Joy of the Gospel in Our Families

In Good Times and Bad…Sharing the Joy of the Gospel in Our Families

As a sister, I find that when it comes to sharing the Gospel with family and friends, I often feel like I’m either a lightning rod for religious discussions (friendly or hostile in tone) or I am ignored as irrelevant to everyday life. I suspect that any practicing Catholic whose family members “aren’t religious” goes through this as well. How do we share the joy of the unconditional love of God with all of these expectations swirling around us? There are two fundamental choices or attitudes ...
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The Evangelization of Attraction

The Evangelization of Attraction

No matter what your background, evangelizing friends and family is not an easy task. When engaging with loved ones who have fallen away from the Church, it is easy for us to focus on what they’re doing wrong or on what we’re doing wrong when we try to witness to them. But the more important thing is to concentrate on God’s desire for all of us to become saints. When we allow God to purify our inconsistencies that keep us from clearly communicating Jesus to our loved ones, then we will be able...
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How To Pray From Your Heart

How To Pray From Your Heart

This past month we celebrated a number of the Church’s great people of prayer: Saint Teresa of Avila, Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Therese of Lisieux, and Blessed Timothy Giaccardo. They were all masters not only of liturgical prayer, but of personal prayer. What does that mean? Very simply put, it means they prayed from within their own lives. They prayed who they were, so to speak. Would we put ourselves in that category? Do you and I pray, as St Therese did, “our own little way?”  Let’s...
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