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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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The Lent - Easter Book

The Lent - Easter Book

Photographs by: Mary Emmanual Alves FSP   By (author): Joan Marie Arbogast   Supplement by: Natividade Pereira FSP   Illustrated by: Virginia Helen Richards FSP
SKU/EAN: 45159
ISBN: 9780819845153
Publisher: Pauline Books & Media
Format: Spiral bound

The Lent–Easter season is a special time of the year. This seasonal guide is the perfect resource for parents and teachers who want to create meaningful traditions and celebrate the seasons in classroom or home settings. Contains projects, stories, prayers, and activities for children in grades K-8. Each week during the Lenten and Easter seasons focuses on a different theme. This spiral bound book includes family take-home pages in every chapter, and nearly fifty pages of reproducibles.
  • Mary Emmanual Alves, FSP
  • Joan Marie Arbogast Joan Marie Arbogast has been involved in education and in her parish for twenty-five years. An avid crafter, she has also worked part-time in the children’s room of her local library making crafts with kids. She authored a series titled Living and Celebrating Our Catholic Customs and Traditions which includes The Advent-Christmas Book, The Lent-Easter Book, and Feast Days and Holidays (Pauline Books & Media). Her family activities and crafts have appeared in Catholic Parent, Today’s Christian Woman, and Woman’s Day. Her articles and poems have been published in My Friend, Bible Pathways for Kids, Shining Star, Guideposts for Kids On-Line, Pockets, Highlights for Children, Cobblestone, Boys’ Quest, Hopscotch for Girls, and Fun for Kidz.
  • Natividade Pereira, 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.