Author: Kathy Coffey
8.5 X 11" -- 30 pages -- downloadable & reproducible
This retreat is a complete package - all talks, prayers and handouts in one, convenient package. In it, author Kathy Coffey guides parents through three lovely exercises, designed to help them prepare for the Sacrament of Eucharist as their child receives Communion for the first time. Each of these exercises leads to practical ways for the parents to take home and repeat or implement what they are learning.
Do This in Memory of Me is designed for a Saturday or Sunday parish retreat setting, running from about 9 AM to about 3 PM. You may shorten it by simply omitting one of the exercises. You have permission to reproduce this material for use in your own parish. One price pays for the right to make as many copies as you need.
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Kathy Coffey is the author of 13 award-winning books and many articles in Catholic periodicals including America, U.S. Catholic, St. Anthony Messenger, Catholic Update, Everyday Catholic and National Catholic Reporter. She has won fifteen awards from the Catholic Press Association, the Foley Poetry Award from America magazine, the Independent Publishers Book Award, and the Associated Church Press Award for Editorial Courage. Kathy has spoken at national conventions such as the L.A. Congress, NCCL, NCEA, NPM, and many diocesan gatherings. She gives retreats and workshops nationally and internationally. She taught for fifteen years at the University of Colorado, Denver, and Regis Jesuit University. The mother of four, and grandmother of four, she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is also the author of Grandparenting with Grace and A Project of Love: A Retreat for Couples Based on The Joy of Love, both published by The Pastoral Center.