Only $5.00 - 50 Ways to Tap the Power of the Sacraments

June 30, 2008

Draw Upon The Power Of The Sacraments Living a full Christian family life means more than just going to Church on Sunday. It means being intimate with God - knowing, loving, and serving him. It means relating to God directly and personally. It means letting the sacraments transform your family’s daily life. Popular author and speaker Bert Ghezzi shows how you can highlight the role of the sacraments in your family. Written in 50 short, anecdote-filled chapters, this book presents a practical, useful picture of that spirit-filled, sacramentally powered life that is every Christian’s birthright. A “must read” for every Catholic family that wants to get the most out of life, and the most out of the sacraments! “Outstanding family resource! Bert’s down-to-earth, lively approach brings the sacraments to life in ways modern families can relate to on a daily basis.” - Woodeene Koenig-Bricker, Editor, Catholic Parent magazine About the Author Bert Ghezzi is the author of numerous books, including Guiltless Catholic Parenting from A to Y, Keeping Your Kids Catholic, Sharing Your Faith, and The Angry Christian. He gives his popular workshop, “Keeping Your Kids Catholic,” both nationally and internationally. BUY IT NOW


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