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Graphic Novels of Saints Inspire Kids

Graphic Novels of Saints Inspire Kids

Heroes are a part of every child's life. As parents we watch over who our kids choose as friends and heroes because we know they will influence our children's attitudes and choices for years to come. That's why it's ideal to introduce kids to the saints. The women and men who for centuries have walked the path of Jesus and served others in the world in so many different ways fire children's imaginations and inspire their hearts to great and wholesome goals! We can find the lives of the...
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Pauline Books and Media Focuses on Kids This Month!

Pauline Books and Media Focuses on Kids This Month!

Imagine being a kid in today’s world.Imagination is part of the genius of children. It is also a vehicle of faith. At Pauline, we know that parents want entertaining books that also inspire and affirm. As kids explore their world and themselves, we want to help them discover Jesus. That’s why we offer books and media that reflect a positive world view, foster Catholic values, promote human dignity, and share our faith in Jesus Christ. This August we are highlighting 10 of our new and...
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New Time Travel Series Teaches Kids about Jesus

New Time Travel Series Teaches Kids about Jesus

Today CNS is featuring the new series Gospel Time Trekkers, fiction for kids ages 6-9. A couple years ago Sr. Grace, when she was editor of our children’s magazine, started writing fiction for kids. “As an editor of a magazine for children, I started reading a lot of kids books. Each Saturday I would check out books from the library just to see what kids today were reading. I realized again the power of a good story, and the powerful influence what we read has on us. I had loved read...
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Bibles for Kids: The Message Is Jesus

Bibles for Kids: The Message Is Jesus

“The word of God is living and active” (Heb 4:12).As a children’s editor at Pauline Books & Media, I am constantly asking myself, “What message do we want to communicate to our children and young people today?” The answer to that question invariably boils down to: Jesus. We want to provide a space for children and young people to enter into a living relationship of love with Jesus Christ. While there are many ways of encountering Christ, Scripture is a privilege...
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Little App of Saints for KIDS

Little App of Saints for KIDS

Alot of parents have said this to us: I don't my kids to just play meaningless games when I let them play with my iPhone or even on their own. I wish there was something that would reinforce values which will help them be better people.That's why we created Little App of Saints. First of all, why that name? Because it is based on our very popular series: Little Book of Saints. What the app gives you, however, which the book can't, is a very cool audio message straight from the saint to the child...
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Meet K. Kelley Heyne!

Meet K. Kelley Heyne!

We are pleased to introduce you to K.Kelley Heyne—a.k.a. Kara. She's the author of The Locket's Secret our first novel for teen girls!A tender real-life story mixed with an adventurous fantasy! What inspired you to write about the journeys of Carrie and Princess Caritas?If there is one thing I've learned about people, especially quiet, thoughtful people, it's that they often want to be more than they appear to be. Children, including my own, play pretend games about daring rescues and sla...
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Catholic Prime Directive

Catholic Prime Directive

If you’re into Star Trek at all, you know about the Prime Directive. It is Starfleet’s No. 1 rule dictating that there can be no interference with the internal development of alien civilizations. In the opening scene of the new movie Star Trek: Into Darkness, Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) runs at top speed through a forest of weird red trees chased by the primitive natives of some planet he and the crew of the Enterprise are trying to save from a devastating volcano. The catch is, accord...
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Every Summer Has a Story

Every Summer Has a Story

Every summer has a story. Do you remember summertime as a kid? Summer meant dripping ice cream, best friend days, late mornings, running through sprinklers…the “summer reading list!” Some of us dreaded having to spend our summer vacations reading, some of us loved it, but all of us did it.Today, children still have required summer reading. But with this healthy emphasis on summer reading, it’s logical to ask why summer WRITING isn’t also encouraged—especially...
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Pope-ularity for the Feasts of Sts. Peter and Paul

Pope-ularity for the Feasts of Sts. Peter and Paul

The Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul (June 29) can inspire us to learn more about Pope Francis, our popes throughout history, and all things papal.WHAT IS A POPE AND WHY DO WE HAVE ONE?Jesus made Peter the leader of the Apostles (keys of the kingdom). The Pope is Peter's successor.Jesus sent Peter to Rome, where he lead the church and then was crucified upside-down where the Vatican and St. Peter's now stands. The Pope is the Bishop of Rome.Jesus told Peter to feed His sheep. The Pope is the S...
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