Item #: 0948-X
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Your Intuitive Knowledge of God in the Catholic Tradition

Author: James Penrice
First Printed: 04-11-2003
Copyright: 2003

How many parents feel frustrated in their role as their children’s primary educators, feeling they don’t know enough about their faith themselves. This book is based on the premise that God made each of us with an intuitive knowl¬edge of him which can be accessed through ordinary means. It ex¬plores ways in which God and an understanding of him can be found in ordinary experience: attendance at Mass, conversations with friends and relatives, radio and TV, books and magazines, the ex¬ample of others, etc. It also provides additional catechesis in the fol¬lowing areas: the sacraments (both in general and individually), the Mass, prayer, the Bible, morality, social justice, stewardship, Mary and the saints, signs and miracles, and death and the afterlife. It is the author’s hope that the many examples in this book will lead its readers to strengthen their own intuitive knowledge of God and come to find him in ways they may never previously have imagined.


About the Author: The Director of Religious Education at St. Mary’s Parish in Spring Lake, Michigan, James Penrice is the author of four other very popular Alba House titles: Crossing Home: The Spiritual Lessons of Baseball (1993); Goal to Go: The Spiritual Lessons of Football (1994); God Could Be a Teen: Catholic Moral Teaching for Teens (1996); and If There is a God, Why Do I Need Braces?: The Teachings of the Church for Adolescents (1997). Married and the father of three children, he brings many of his own life experiences and his love of sports to these thought-provoking, practical and very readable works.


ISBN 0-8189-0948-X
Book: 144 pages
Prod. Code: 0948-X

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