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  • Be Still And Know Journal


    Set some time apart to journal your thoughts, adoration, and prayers in the Be Still Floral Embroidered Blue Faux Leather Classic Journal with Zippered Closure. The daily Scripture verses paired with the beautiful design will prompt your heart and mind to become still for a time of worship.

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  • Catechism In A Year Notebook


    The only notebook specially designed for use with The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)!

    Simple and open to fit every individual’s needs, The Catechism in a Year Notebook is the perfect place to record the personal journey of growth and understanding that each podcast listener will experience. Your notes and reflections will be the content!

    Created with the suggestions and feedback of The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)(TM) listeners, this notebook features all of the same great content and layout as The Bible in a Year Notebook, 2nd Edition-now for The Catechism in a Year!

    No matter when listeners begin tuning in to the podcast, this notebook is a resource to help them remember what stood out to them in each episode, what questions they would like to reflect on, and what prayers they want to offer each day of the year.

    This notebook has special features like:

    *Color-coded pages using the Foundations of Faith approach found in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Ascension Edition to show listeners where each day’s readings fit within the Catechism

    *The proprietary Catechism in a Year reading plan, laid out for each day to help listeners stay on track

    *A list of the paragraphs read from the Catechism each day for easy reference

    *Spiral binding to make taking notes and flipping between days simple

    *One full page of note-taking space per episode of the podcast to write down thoughts and takeaways

    *Portrait orientation for ease of storage with other books and podcast resources

    After a year of listening to Fr. Mike Schmitz, this notebook will be a collection of everything listeners have learned throughout the year, a road map of the journey of Faith they experienced, and a treasure to look back on and revisit for years to come.

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  • Credo Study Journal


    As you journey through Credo: Compendium of the Catholic Faith – the most up-to-date “catechism” in print – this journal will help you unpack the riches of the Church’s teaching to fruitfully receive, worship as you believe, and effectively live what Christ taught.

    This companion resource to Credo is ideal for individuals or study groups, classroom instructors, retreat programs, and large-format presentations.

    Features include recurring elements such as:

    *Study: Key concepts that highlight each chapter’s main doctrinal points.
    *Reflect: Prompts to help readers apply chapter themes to their own life.
    *Discuss: Topically-related prompts to encourage group discussion.
    *Lex Orandi: Prayer from the Roman Missal reflecting a major chapter topic.
    *Lex Credendi: Chapter excerpt from Credo illustrating the same topic.

    Space is provided for note taking throughout the journal to help you succinctly synthesize and personalize the wide-ranging summary of faith.

    Journal chapters are aligned with the corresponding chapters in Credo. Highlighted in each chapter are key terms; questions to consider and discuss; a quote from Credo to ponder, strengthen your belief, and relate it to your life; and a relevant prayer from the Roman Missal to help you draw closer to God.

    Through reflection and discussion on Christian identity and doctrine and what Catholics believe, you will be empowered to testify to your faith. You will learn how to explain the principles of right moral action, grace, the sacraments, prayer, worship, and more. This aid will help you break open the treasure trove of our beliefs as reflected in Credo, and grow in your faith, enrich your Catechism class, or shape your homilies.

    Sure to be a classic for generations to come, Credo: Compendium of the Catholic Faith offers a clear and readable summary of Catholicism as a whole, given in the pastoral style of the apostles. Using the simple and direct “Question-Answer” format so popular among instructors (and internet search engines), Bishop Athanasius Schneider shares a bold new articulation of timeless truths, while also engaging current issues with courage and kindness.

    Treatments of several contemporary issues include: social media use, personal technology, science and evolution, just war, death penalty, gender ideology, modesty, vaccines, health mandates, world religions, true prayer, faithful parenting, schooling, religious liberty, free speech, female clergy, Church scandal, infalli

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  • Q And A Journal For Christian Women Taupe


    The Q&A a Day: 3-Year Journal for Christian Women, a unique 3-Year Devotional, serves as a tool to gauge your personal growth over the next three years. This Christian women’s journal acts as a self-reflection resource that can also inspire deeper conversations with your loved ones.

    Its elegant taupe faux leather cover is adorned with scattered, heat-debossed fronds on both sides. The front cover boasts a gold-foiled frame, complemented by a heat-debossed arch design that highlights a sleek panel displaying the title. The title is presented in heat-debossed letters, further accentuated with a gold-foiled script.

    Q and A a Day for Christian Women
    3-year Journal

    The journal’s gilt-edged pages beautifully harmonize with the gold-foiled accents on the cover. The single-color interior offers an arched frame on each page, enclosing a lined space designed for recording answers to the same question over three consecutive years. This layout is designed for a three-year response cycle to the same question, making this a personal growth journal that follows the calendar year, starting on January 1.

    By devoting five minutes a day to answering the thought-provoking question of the day, you can track your evolving thoughts over time. Deep reflective questions, such as “What are you waiting on God for?” and “Which of the disciples describes you?” are part of this Christian women’s journal.

    Lina AbuJamra, a pediatric ER doctor, telemedicine practitioner, and the founder of Living With Power Ministries, has devoted her life to offering hope by connecting biblical answers to everyday life. A sought-after Bible teacher, podcaster, and conference speaker, she has authored several books, including our very own Rest in Me Pink Faux Leather Devotional.

    The Q&A a Day: 3-Year Journal for Christian Women can be used to chronicle your personal three-year spiritual journey or as a shared family activity. It also serves as a valuable tool for maintaining accountability and makes a thoughtful Christmas gift for the cherished women in your life.

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  • Year In The Word Catholic Bible Journal


    The Bible is an intimidating book, and while many Catholics want to read it, they aren’t sure where to begin. Many have started reading Genesis with the intention of reading the whole Bible, only to give up by Numbers.

    Accessible, inspiring, and written from a layperson’s perspective, A Year in the Word Catholic Bible Journal is the guide you’ve been searching for to help you read the full Bible. Meg Hunter-Kilmer has read the entire Bible twenty times, and she has lots of tips, insights, and encouragement to help you make it from cover to cover, praying and journaling as you go.

    With an attractive one-page-per-day format, you can challenge yourself to read through the whole Bible in a year or simply take it one day at a time until you’re finished. By the end, you’ll have a journal full of your writings to reflect on, in addition to the relatable reflections already included in the book, allowing you to immerse yourself more fully in the Word of God.

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