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Bringing Home the Gospel - The Year of Matthew - A A Weekly Journal for Catholic Parents

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Bringing Home the Gospel - The Year of Matthew - A
A Weekly Journal for Catholic Parents
$10.36 - $11.66

Print paperback edition • NOT reproducible • Not dated • Cycle A

Designed for busy parents who want to share the faith with their family and reflect on their day-to-day spiritual journey. Each week, you will find a reflection based on the Sunday Gospel. These reflections will help you bring the Word of God home and apply it to your life and help you grow in your relationship with God as individuals and as parents.

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Format: Paperback book
Product code: JD501
Dimensions: 5½" x 8½"
Length: 140 pages
The Pastoral Center
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Written by Judith Dunlap


Bringing Home the Gospel belongs in the hands and hearts of every parent... a perfect at-home resource for parishes conducting family-centered or intergenerational faith formation. Judith Dunlap has given us a wonderful resource to help parents share faith with their children and give them a gift that will last a lifetime.
John Roberto, Founder, Center for Ministry Development
As a Momager™ (Mom + manager) of three school-aged children, I'm always looking for easy ways t live a more balanced and spiritually vibrant life. If you want your family (and you) to live more 'on purpose,' you must read Bringing Home the Gospel.
Christine Martinello, speaker and author, The Momager™ Guide: Empowering Moms to Leave a Loving Legacy
Bringing Home the Gospel provides just the insight and stimulus needed to reflect about my weekly experiences as filtered through the Gospel message. Discussion questions are sure to spawn lively conversation and greater family intimacy.
Leif Kehrwald, author, Families and Faith: Vision and Practice for Parish Ministry


Before retiring, Judith Dunlap was involved in religious education for over 30 years. She spoke throughout the country and wrote about the importance of the family’s role in catechesis. She served as a consultant for St. Anthony Messenger Press (now Franciscan Communications). She continues to give retreats and parish missions on various topics of faith. She has a B.A. in education from Marquette University and an M.A. in theology from the University of Dayton. She is married, and has five children and ten grandchildren.

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