All children love to learn, and their potential is amazing. A parent can present any information in a joyful, factual, and straightforward way, and his or her baby can learn it, including languages (even several at the same time), mathematics, reading, gymnastics, music, art, swimming and much more. Amazingly, the younger a child is, the
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On Ash Wednesday, I was standing in line at the grocery store when the sales clerk whispered, “Did you know you have a big ink spot on your forehead? “It’s not ink; it’s ashes.” When she looked confused, I said, “You know, for Ash Wednesday?” Apparently she didn’t know. “Lent’s the forty days before Easter.
Last year on Ash Wednesday, I was standing in line at the grocery store when the sales clerk whispered, “Did you know you have a big ink spot on your forehead? I shook my head. “It’s not ink; it’s ashes.” When she looked at me quizzically, I continued, “You know, for Ash Wednesday?” Apparently she
Even very young children are called to know God. So when we teach a child what happens at and what articles are used during Mass, when we teach the importance of those items as well as the importance of Mass increases for them, we are evangelizing that child. And by default, the parent learns also.
Welcome to Etcetera Press LLC: Books by Ellen Tomaszewski. Our company is small, but we publish powerful Catholic books. We have two books for adults: Rose Colored Glasses – memoir Toxic – a novel Books for children include: Articles at Mass – Board Book Articles at Mass – Hard Bound Robin Hood the Just: A