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Growing Up Catholic Eucharist 2023 Growing Up Catholic Eucharistic Revival Project Six Whole Family Sessions on Mass & Mission

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Growing Up Catholic Eucharistic Revival Project
Six Whole Family Sessions on Mass & Mission
Growing Up Catholic Eucharist 2023

Growing Up Catholic Eucharist (2023) is a dynamic, whole family curriculum that coaches parents to prepare their children to receive Communion for the first time (First Eucharist) or renew their appreciation for the sacrament (Eucharist Revival Project).

Get started by purchasing the Downloadable Leader Kit. Then purchase booklets or reprint licenses for each child using the resource.

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Across six sessions, this edition will renew an appreciation of Eucharist and the Mass for children who have already received First Eucharist and their families.

You do not have to specify an age group or language for eResource licenses. We will send you links to all editions: English/Spanish/Bilingual/Commonwealth and ages 7-9/10-14.

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This is a downloadable product sold with a per-child license. Please read the full license terms below.

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This reproducible eResource is licensed for one year with the number of children for which you paid. You may print or email the files for use by your team and participants, but please do not post them to any web site. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for cooperating with our honor system regarding our product licenses.

Format: eResource
Product code: GUC1110E
Dimensions: 8½" x 11"
Length: 96 pages
The Pastoral Center
Written by The Pastoral Center team


Paul Canavese serves as director of The Pastoral Center (, author, frequent conference speaker, and pastoral consultant. He has his MTS from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley. He directs (focused on coaching parents) and ("intentional daily life Catholicism"). He has served in a wide range of parish ministries, most recently as a pastoral consultant at Corpus Christi Parish in Piedmont, CA. Paul also has 20 years of experience in software development and management with technology startups and social media. Along with his wife Ann, two daughters, and seven chickens, he lives in Alameda, CA, where they operate a mini-urban farm and looks for creative ways to build community in their neighborhood.

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Jean Denton is a cartoonist, illustrator and journalist. Her “Flock” cartoons were featured in the North Texas Catholic newspaper for more than 25 years. They’ve also run in a few other Catholic papers, magazines, and resources. Besides drawing The Flock, Jean has been a Catholic newspaper reporter, columnist, and illustrator. A veteran parish catechist, former youth minister, wife, and mother of three adult children, she holds a certificate in Christian spirituality from Loyola University of New Orleans.

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