"How to Talk to Children" SET
The complete set includes:
How to Talk to Children about God
In this booklet, Allie Johnston offers great suggestions for talking to children about God—God’s goodness, God as Creator, how we understand the Blessed Trinity, God the storyteller, God the listener, the God who forgives, and the Good Shepherd.
Author: Allie Connors Johnston
How to Talk to Children about Jesus
In this booklet, Janet Schaeffler offers great suggestions for talking to your children about Jesus’ life and times, why Jesus has so many different names, whether or not Jesus ever cried (important for children to know!), some of Jesus’ most important teachings, how Jesus prayed, why he had to die, what happened afterward, and where and how do we see Jesus today. Excellent family activities and short prayers to stimulate further conversation and comprehension are also included.
Author: Janet Schaeffler, OP
How to Talk to Children about the Holy Spirit
In this booklet Anne Krane offers great suggestions for talking to children about the role and gifts of the Holy Spirit and the many ways we can see the Spirit working in the world. She also offers brief prayers and excellent ideas for family activities to stimulate further conversation and comprehension.
Author: Anne Krane
How to Talk to Children about the Mass
n this booklet, Tom Quinlan gives solid advice for how to make the Mass more accessible and relevant to even the youngest child. Offering simple explanations of the Mass itself, as well as the crucifix, font, lectionary, tabernacle, and more, Tom helps everyone appreciate what we do when we gather.
Author: Tom Quinlan
How to Talk to Children about Making Good Choices
Here Connie Clark provides guidance for talking to your children about telling the truth, accepting responsibility, fairness and sharing, understanding rules, keeping promises, asking forgiveness, and more.
Author: Connie Clark
How to Talk to Children about Death
In this booklet Carole Eipers offers a compassionate and honest guide to talking with children about death, loss, and grief. Covering topics such as fears, funerals, what to do when a loved one is dying, and what Jesus says about death, she also offers prayers and activities that encourage families to faithfully and lovingly remember all who have died.
Author: Carole M. Eipers