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What is behind the name Pauline? Why Paul? Of all the saints in the Church under whose patronage Blessed James Alberione could have placed our Congregation, why did he choose Paul, whose life and letters form such a large part of the New Testament?

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I Pray The Stations of the Cross

I Pray The Stations of the Cross

By (author): Maria Grace Dateno FSP   Illustrated bys: Regina Frances Dick FSP, Virginia Helen Richards FSP
SKU/EAN: 36915
ISBN: 9780819836915
Publisher: Pauline Books & Media
Format: Paperback / softback


A good way to pray the Stations of the Cross is to imagine that you are walking with Jesus as he carries his cross. This sensitively and colorfully illustrated booklet enables children ages 5–8 to accompany Jesus on the way of the cross, speak directly to him, and pray for people in the world. Child-friendly language introduces praying the Stations of the Cross and encourages children to deepen their love for Jesus—and all of God’s people.
  • Maria Grace Dateno, FSP Sister Maria Grace grew up in Springfield, Virginia, and has one older brother and four younger sisters (and twenty-two nieces and nephews-so far). She met the Daughters of Saint Paul when she was fifteen years old and felt God calling her to help people know and love him. Since then, Sister Grace has edited a Catholic children's magazine (My Friend), authored several children's books, and now serves in the Pauline Books & Media Center in Alexandria, Virginia. She'd love to recommend a good book to you!
  • Regina Frances Dick, FSP
  • Virginia Helen Richards, FSP Sr. Virginia Richards was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1955, but was raised in California. She drew pictures and cartoons ceaselessly through childhood years and entered the Daughters of St. Paul in 1970. Her fields are cartoon animation, handmade greeting cards, children’s illustrating, and children’s studies. She works at the community’s art studio in Boston, Massachusetts.