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Booklets for Children Series
First we wrote a couple of stories for our young friends, and they liked them -- some even went so far as to tell us they would like some more. So, one thing led to another, and now we have a growing list of booklets for children.

1. WHERE IS MY CROSS THAT I MAY FOLLOW HIM?

Our Lord said, "If anyone would come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross and follow Me." How can we do this? What does it mean to take up our cross? Where is the cross we must take up to be found? This booklet is the story (fictional) of three people, born on the same day in the same city, who spent their lives trying to find the answer. For older children.
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2. THE TWO KINGS: A CAUTIONARY TALE

Story of two kings: a father and a son. One sees the great prosperity of his country and uses the riches thereof to ease the burdens on all, providing a life of comfort for all people in the kingdom. The other sees a country gone soft, its wealth fast disappearing, and institutes a program of strict discipline. What is the outcome for the two, for the country? Fictional (of course) account
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3. IS THERE TRULY A KING?

A man does not believe in "the king," but all creation seems against him as he searches far and wide for a quiet place where the shouts of everyone in praise of "the king" do not ring in his ears. Alas! There does not seem to be such a place. What can he do? What will happen? How will the matter be resolved?
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4. CONVERSATIONS ON THE SACRAMENTS: WHAT DOES THE WORD "SACRAMENT" MEAN?

Ten-year-old Elizabeth comes to her pastor's study to ask about the sacraments. "I don't even know what the word means," she says. And, she wonders about what happens in baptism -- and in the Eucharist. After their first talk, she watches a baptism carefully, pays attention in the eucharistic liturgy -- and comes back! What will she ask? How will the pastor answer? Find out when you read this book.
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5. CONVERSATIONS ON THE SACRAMENTS: ARE THERE TRULY JUST SEVEN?

Once more to the pastor's study comes 10-year-old Elizabeth, this time with her 11-year-old friend David in tow -- for conversations with him have raised even more questions on the sacraments. Fearlessly they come, for they are children and know no such thing as fear.
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6. CONVERSATIONS ON THE SACRAMENTS: PRAYER TO FATHER, SON AND HOLY SPIRIT.

Ten year old Elizabeth and her eleven year old friend David have encountered a couple of other students at school (David says, "I think they're Muslims or something.") who say we worship three gods because we pray to Father, Son and Holy Spirit. They are flamboozled on how to counterattack, so they go once more to Fr. Mark. Can he solve their dilemma? Is there a solution? What can he say? In this booklet we try to answer.
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7. CONVERSATIONS ON THE SACRAMENTS: WHY CAN'T MY FRIEND RECEIVE COMMUNION?

Ten year old Elizabeth brought her friend Jeanine to the Sunday Liturgy. At the end her friend asked, "Why can't I receive communion? I'm a Christian!" Elizabeth could only think to say, "Well, you can't." But she wanted to better explain, so she went to see Fr. Mark. Now, she has graciously granted us the privilege of reporting their conversation.
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8. GOD AND MAN

Eleven year old (yes, she has grown) Elizabeth and her friend David come once more to Fr. Mark. Their question is: How can Jesus be both God and man at the same time. Fr. Mark points out that he has been teaching on this very topic. Elizabeth says, "I didn't understand." Now what will, what can Fr. Mark say?
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