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Annual Parish Resource Books
 
2014 OSV's Catholic Almanac
by Matthew Bunson
Our Sunday Visitor's Catholic Almanac remains the only annual, comprehensive guide to the Catholic Church. It is the essential one-volume reference work for researchers, homilists, writers, media professionals, students, and teachers.

Published for more than one hundred years, this is a proven resource that offers solid Catholic teaching and information. Its in-depth index makes finding specific, exact information easy.

Cardinal John P. Foley, President emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications at the Vatican, has called the Catholic Almanac "an annual masterpiece!" "Our Sunday Visitor claims this work is the 'one and only Catholic resource,' and 'simply the best annual guide to the Catholic Church anywhere.' These are bold statements, but accurate.... This excellent work is especially useful for those interested in either the Roman Catholic Church or the Holy See.... It is informative, easy to use, and well written." --
604 pages. Paperback (Item #84399) $33.95

   
2014 Respond and Acclaim Songbook
Provides psalm and Gospel acclamation arrangements for choir, cantor, organist, and guitarist. The increased size of music notes, chords, and texts make it even easier to use than before, and horizontal rules between verses help singers keep their place. (Item #72234) $8.95
   
Children's Daily Prayer 2014-2015

Children’s Daily Prayer 2014 - 2015
Children's Daily Prayer is the perfect resource for catechists and Catholic school teachers looking for an easy and meaningful order of prayer to use with students.  Teachers have the option of two different prayers. The first is a weekly prayer written specifically about the Gospel Reading from the Sunday Mass. The second is prayer for each day of the school week based on a selected Lectionary Reading appropriate to the liturgical season and the needs of children. In addition to choosing the prayer you will use, teachers now have the option of using a long or short form of the psalms. The standard format of prayer services combined with flexible components make this the perfect resource for both teachers who have daily classes and teachers who only have classes once a week.
Paperback, 8 3/8 x 10 7/8, 368 pages (Item #85846) $15.00
2-9 Copies  $13 each
10+ Copies $12 each

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Children's Liturgy of the Word 2014-2015: A Weekly Resource Children’s Liturgy of the Word 2014 - 2015: A Weekly Resource
Maureen A. Kelly

Children's Liturgy of the Word provides liturgy preparation pages and liturgy guides for every Sunday and Holyday of Obligation from September 7, 2014, through August 30, 2015. Each liturgy guide includes words of dismissal for the priest celebrant, petitions for the Prayer of the Faithful, and the full text of an interactive Homily / Reflection that connects the Word to the life experiences of children. 

Children’s Liturgy of the Word allows the power of the liturgy to act on children, facilitating their growing relationship with God and allowing them to testify to their own experiences of God’s presence. Instead of following a traditional classroom model of a lesson followed by an activity or game, this resource closely follows the structure of the Liturgy of the Word being celebrated in the main assembly, as stipulated by the Directory for Masses with Children and the introduction to the Lectionary for Masses with Children. This resource makes leading a liturgically appropriate celebration of the Word easy, even for inexperienced leaders.

Children’s Liturgy of the Word was written by Maureen A. Kelly, an internationally known catechist and lecturer. She has an MA in theology from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium and has held parish, diocesan, and national positions in child and adult catechesis and formation. She is one of the founding members of the North American Forum on the Catechumenate.

Paperback, 8 3/8 x 10 7/8, 256 pages (Item #*LTP-CLW15)
$30.00
2-4 Copies  $25 each
5+ Copies $20 each

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Close this window Celebrating Sunday for Catholic Families 2014-2015
Margaret M. Brennan
Celebrating Sunday for Catholic Families
provides a simple and approachable way for families to integrate what they hear at Sunday Mass into their daily lives. This resource encourages family attendance at Mass by providing parents with an explanation of the Sunday Gospel, prompts for family conversation and reflection in the car on the way to and from Mass, and suggestions for simple family activities.

“For parents constantly on the go, this reflection on the Sunday Gospel readings is a wonderful tool that can be used in the car, in the kitchen, or in a favorite family gathering spot in your home to be the kick-off for preparing the family for Sunday Mass. Celebrating Sunday for Catholic Families gives a quick rundown on the Gospel story, a brief reflection on its impact on life, and ways of thinking about the story as a family as you go to and from church. Using this tool is a great way to help the family share at a deeper level about the Liturgy of the Word, naturally incorporating the Word into the family conversation.”
Esther S. Hicks, Office of Catholic Schools, Archdiocese of Chicago

Paperback, 5 1/4 x 8 3/8, 128 pages (Item #*LTP-CSCF15) $5.00
    
Celebrating the Lectionary® for Preschool and Kindergarten 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource Celebrating the Lectionary for Preschool and Kindergarten 2014 - 2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource
Rosanne Masters Thomas

Celebrating the Lectionary for Preschool/Kindergarten invites very young children to experience the stories of the Gospel using adapted readings that are suitable for children ages 3-5. This resource introduces very young children to liturgical seasons, symbols, and colors and helps them to explore their Catholic identity through age-appropriate prayer and reflection. The reflections, games, and activities in this book are designed for pre-readers and do not require advanced motor skills.

Celebrating the Lectionary provides quick reflections on the Gospel readings for all Sundays and holy days of obligation from August through June. Each session is designed to be 15-20 minutes long and requires no preparation or special materials. This makes it easy for catechists or Catholic school teachers to supplement primary curriculum with Lectionary-based material that enables children and their families to remain connected to the cycle of readings, an ancient source of Catholic identity and community, even if they do not regularly attend Mass.

Paperback with disk, 8 1/2 x 11, 256 pages
(Item #*LTP-CCLK15) $35.00
2+ Copies  $25 each
While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

    
Celebrating the Lectionary® for Primary Grades 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource Celebrating the Lectionary® for Primary Grades 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource
Mary A. DuQuaine and Aileen Scommegna

Celebrating the Lectionary for Primary Grades teaches children in grades 1-3 (approximately ages 6-8) reverence for and connection with the Gospel, using the full text of the Gospel reading. The reflections and activities in this resource will help children grow in familiarity with the stories of the Gospel, themes of Church teaching and tradition, and liturgical seasons and practices.

Celebrating the Lectionary provides quick reflections on the Gospel readings for all Sundays and holy days of obligation from August through June. Each session is designed to be 15-20 minutes long and requires no preparation or special materials. This makes it easy for catechists or Catholic school teachers to supplement primary curriculum with Lectionary-based material that enables children and their families to remain connected to the cycle of readings, an ancient source of Catholic identity and community, even if they do not regularly attend Mass.

Paperback with disk, 8 1/2 x 11, 256 pages
(Item #*LTP-CCLP15) $35.00
2+ Copies  $25 each
While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

    
Celebrating the Lectionary® for Intermediate Grades 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource Celebrating the Lectionary® for Intermediate Grades 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource
Christine Ondrla

Celebrating the Lectionary for Intermediate Grades encourages children to grow in familiarity with the Gospel and liturgical year while deepening their connection to the Church through liturgy, celebration of seasons and solemnities, and an ongoing practice of prayer. This book is appropriate for children in grades 4-5 (roughly ages 9-11).

Celebrating the Lectionary provides quick reflections on the Gospel readings for all Sundays and holy days of obligation from August through June. Each session is designed to be 15-20 minutes long and requires no preparation or special materials. This makes it easy for catechists or Catholic school teachers to supplement primary curriculum with Lectionary-based material that enables children and their families to remain connected to the cycle of readings, an ancient source of Catholic identity and community, even if they do not regularly attend Mass.

Paperback with disk, 8 1/2 x 11, 256 pages
(Item #*LTP-CCLI15) $35.00
2+ Copies  $25 each
While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

     
Celebrating the Lectionary® for Junior High 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource Celebrating the Lectionary® for Junior High 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource
Jo-Ann Metzdorff

Celebrating the Lectionary for Junior High encourages adolescents to view the Gospel as it relates to their own lives, understanding how the message of the Gospel is important to their everyday decision-making. The reflections and activities in this resource, appropriate for adolescents in grades 6-8 (ages 11-14), help young people begin to explore how the teachings of the Church are reflected in the Sunday Lectionary readings as they work on developing a habit of personal prayer.

Celebrating the Lectionary provides quick reflections on the Gospel readings for all Sundays and holy days of obligation from August through June. Each session is designed to be 15-20 minutes long and requires no preparation or special materials. This makes it easy for catechists or Catholic school teachers to supplement primary curriculum with Lectionary-based material that enables young people and their families to remain connected to the cycle of readings, an ancient source of Catholic identity and community, even if they do not regularly attend Mass.

Paperback with disk, 8 1/2 x 11, 256 pages
(Item #*LTP-CCLJ15) $35.00
2+ Copies  $25 each
While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

     
Celebrating the Lectionary for High School 2011-2012: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource Celebrating the Lectionary® for High School 2014-2015: Supplemental Lectionary-Based Resource
Lois De Felice

Celebrating the Lectionary for high school calls high school teens to base their words, decisions, and actions on the message of the Sunday Gospel. Use of this resource as part of a high school religion curriculum or youth ministry program will help teens to explore their Catholic identity through the words of the Lectionary, discuss related passages from major Church documents, and grow to be familiar with the solemnities, feasts, and memorials of the liturgical year. This resource is written for high school teenagers in grades 9-12 (approximately ages 14-18).

Celebrating the Lectionaryprovides quick reflections on the Gospel readings for all Sundays and holy days of obligation from August through June. Each session is designed to be 15-20 minutes long and requires no preparation or special materials. This makes it easy for catechists or Catholic school teachers to supplement primary curriculum with Lectionary-based material that enables young people and their families to remain connected to the cycle of readings, an ancient source of Catholic identity and community, even if they do not regularly attend Mass.

Paperback with disk, 8 1/2 x 11, 256 pages
(Item #*LTP-CCLH15) $35.00
2+ Copies  $25 each
While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

      
At Home with the Word® 2014

At Home with the Word® 2014 Large Print Edition
Also Available in Large Print!

Palabra de Dios 2014
Also Available in Spanish!

At Home with the Word 2015

At Home with the Word is your guide to a deeper understanding of the Sunday scriptures. It provides the readings for this liturgical year, along with insights from scripture scholars, and action steps. It also includes prayers, citations for weekday readings, and other resources for scripture study. This year features catechesis on the revised Roman Missal, which we will begin to pray the First Sunday of Advent. 

At Home with the Word
is ideal for:

  • individuals
  • households
  • small groups
  • those completing initiation
  • sponsors
  • bible studies 
  • and anyone interested in following along with the readings for the church year
Bulk pricing makes this an economical resource to get every family in your parish.  

Standard Edition
Paperback, 8" x 10", 144 pages. (Item #98280) $8.00
5-99 Copies  $7 each
100+ Copies $6 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

Large Print Edition
Paperback, 8 3/8 x 10 7/8, 288 pages
(Item #98272) $12.00
5-99 Copies  $10 each
100+ Copies $9 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14
 

Standard Edition, Spanish Language
Paperback, 8 x 10 7/8, 160 pages. (Item #*LTP-PD14) $8.00
5-99 Copies  $7 each
100+ Copies $6 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

       
Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word® 2015 USA

Manual para proclamadores de la palabra 2014 - USA
Also Available in Spanish!

Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word 2015 USA
Graziano Marcheschi with Nancy Seitz Marcheschi

This fundamental resource for presiders, lectors, homilists, and those who prepare the liturgy is perfect for lector training programs, liturgy committee meetings, and scripture study groups to promote good proclamation and love of scripture in the Sunday assembly. This year's readings are provided in the revised New American Bible translation, approved for use in the dioceses of the United States. 

Workbook includes these helpful features:

  • pronunciation assistance
  • sense line format for readings mirror the Lectionary and aid the reader in preparation
  • lectionary numbers for each set of readings
  • commentaries for each reading, provide users with scriptural background
  • information and tips for effective proclamation
  • margin notes point to the logical divisions in the passages
  • bolded words help the reader know when to stress important sections and concepts

Standard Edition, English
Paperback, 8 3/8 x 10 7/8, 304 pages (Item #98372) $14.00
5-49 Copies  $12 each
50+ Copies $11 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14
 

Standard Edition, Spanish
Paperback, 8 3/8 x 10 7/8, 448 pages (Item #83245) $14.00
5-49 Copies  $12 each
50+ Copies $11 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14
 

    
Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word® 2015 Canada Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word 2015 Canada

(Item #89276) $14.00
5-49 Copies  $12 each
50+ Copies $11 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

      
Sourcebook for Sundays, Seasons, and Weekdays 2015 Sourcebook for Sundays, Seasons, and Weekdays 2015: The Almanac for Pastoral Liturgy

Sourcebook for Sundays, Seasons, and Weekdays: The Almanac for Pastoral Liturgy is the essential and trusted resource to help you prepare the liturgy for all seasons of the liturgical year, each Sunday, solemnity, feast, memorial, optional memorial, and seasonal weekday!  If you are a priest or deacon, liturgist or worship team member, religious educator or looking for more information about Catholic liturgy, this publication will be an invaluable tool! 

Sourcebook for Sundays, Seasons, and Weekdays is organized in two user-friendly sections: The Season and The Calendar.  General material relevant to the whole period is included in the Season section.  You will learn more about the meaning of the season, the saints who are honored, the liturgical books, the liturgical environment, the liturgical music, and how to bring the liturgy into your homes!  The Calendar section is a straightforward almanac, and the only resource, which consistently provides pastoral reflections and ideas for each day of the liturgical year.  You can look up any day of the liturgical year and find basic liturgical information as well as ideas for how to celebrate the liturgy.

This book includes

-        Reflections on the Gospel for Year B

-        How to celebrate the liturgy in Catholic schools

-        Ways to bring the liturgy into your home

-        Abbreviations for Church documents

-        Original invitation to the Penitential Act

-        The Rite for the Reception of the Holy Oils
-      And more!

This year’s Sourcebook provides additional information and pastoral ideas and suggestions for the effective implementation of the third edition of The Roman Missal!

Paperback, 8-5/8 x 1111/4  (Item #98373) $16.00

2-4 Copies  $12 each
5+ Copies $11 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

      
Year of Grace 2015 Year of Grace Liturgical Calendar 2015 Notebook Size
Illustrated by Margaret M. Brennan, Illustrated by Anne Wilson

This Catholic liturgical calendar is for November 30, 2014, (First Sunday of Advent) to November 28, 2015.

Activities and discussion starters have been provided. This calendar works best with a top and bottom that stay in the same place all year. On the back of the calendar you will find a guide to using the calendar, general information about the liturgical year, and information about the art and artist.

  • Use the Year of Grace Calendars in many ways:
  • give (or sell) one to every household in the parish and school
  • hang a poster calendar in every classroom to teach about the liturgical year
  • have students report on the significance of various liturgical days
  • present calendars to first communicants and Confirmation candidates
  • adorn the church vestibule and gathering space with a poster calendar
  • decorate the teacher's lounge, offices, and other public areas in the school while helping everyone who enters remember the importance of the liturgical year!

Notebook Sized - Laminated, 11" x 17" (Item #33058) $4.00
Notebook Sized - Paper, pack of 25, 11" x 17" (Item #33055) $13.00

   
Year of Grace 2015 Year of Grace Liturgical Calendar 2015 Poster
Illustrated by

 Margaret M. Brennan, Illustrated by Anne Wilson

This Catholic liturgical calendar is for November 30, 2014, (First Sunday of Advent) to November 28, 2015.

The compilation of dates has been taken from the Proper Calendar for the Dioceses of the United States of America and the Proper Calendar for the Dioceses of Canada. This calendar works best with a top and bottom that stay in the same place all year.

On the back of the calendar you will find a guide to using the calendar, general information about the liturgical year, and information about the art and artist.

Use the calendar to promote reflection and discussion especially about

  • The presence of the Holy Spirit
  • The Holy Spirit as transforming love of God
  • The season of Easter
  • Pentecost in the life of the Church
  • The Liturgy of the Word at Pentecost
  • The Christian call to discipleship and mission
Use the Year of Grace Calendars in many ways:
  • give (or sell) one to every household in the parish and school
  • hang a poster calendar in every classroom to teach about the liturgical year 
  • have students report on the significance of various liturgical days 
  • present calendars to first communicants and Confirmation candidates 
  • adorn the church vestibule and gathering space with a poster calendar 
  • decorate the teacher's lounge, offices, and other public areas in the school while helping everyone who enters remember the importance of the liturgical year!

Poster Laminated, 26" x 26" (Item #33049) $16.00

Poster Paper, 26" x 26" (Item #33052) $8.00
2-24 Copies  $7 each
25+ Copies $6 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

    
The Daily Mass Readings 2015: A Simple Reference Guide The Daily Mass Readings 2015: A Simple Reference Guide

This portable booklet is a simple resource that anyone who follows, needs, or prays with the daily Mass readings can use every day of Advent.

This includes:
    - Lectionary numbers
    - Biblical citations for the First and Second Reading, Gospel, and Responsorial Psalm
    - Titles of solemnities, feasts, and memorials
    - Liturgical colors
    - Holy days of obligation

Can be used by:
    - Liturgists, music directors
    - Priests, deacons, and pastoral associates
    - Teachers and catechists
    - Prayer groups, other ministers, individuals

Saddle stitched, 4-1/8 x 7-1/2, 48 pages (Item #98365) $3.00

   
The Catholic Handbook for Visiting the Sick and Homebound 2015
The Catholic Handbook for Visiting the Sick and Homebound 2015
 
The Catholic Handbook for Visiting the Sick and Homebound is the essential resource for lay Ministers of Care, especially Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.  This portable, annual resource contains all of the official rites a lay minister will need from the Book of Blessings and Pastoral Care of the Sick to bring the Eucharist to and pray with those who cannot regularly worship with their parish community: children, adults, the suffering, the dying, and those who mourn.    
 
Handbook features:
  • Communion in Ordinary Circumstances
  • Communion in a Hospital or Institution
  • Simple, pastoral introduction to help navigate the rites by Sister Genevieve Glen, OSB
  • Gospels for Sunday and holy days of obligation
  • List of patron saints for those who are sick and suffering
  • Orders for the Blessing of the Sick
  • Order for the Blessing of a Person Suffering from Addiction or from Substance Abuse
  • Order for the Blessing of Parents after a Miscarriage
  • Visits to the Sick and to a Sick Child
  • Celebration of Viaticum outside Mass  
  • Pastoral Care of the Dying
  • Explanations of the Reading 

(Item #84967) $8.00
2-9 Copies  $7 each
10+ Copies $5 each

While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

   
Daily Prayer 2015
Daily Prayer 2015
Daniella Zsupan-Jerome

Focus on scripture each day of the year with Daily Prayer. This easy-to-use resource for group and individual prayer centers on a scripture reading each day, along with a reflection, a Psalm, intercessions, and closing prayer. The book provides an introduction to Catholic prayer for those involved in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and an easy-to-use format for Catholics of all ages. It draws on the long tradition of lectio divina, holy reading, providing a simple order of prayer for each day of the liturgical year. This is the perfect gift for parish volunteers, teachers, and catechists. It will aid each person in the parish to foster a practice of prayer.

Daily Prayer is ideal for
  • older students
  • teachers and catechists
  • youth groups
  • Confirmation candidates
  • religious education programs with older students
  • Christian Initiation programs
  • adult formation and prayer groups
  • prayer with the aged, sick, and homebound
  • anyone looking to get into the habit of daily prayer

    Paperback, 6 x 9, 432 pages (Item #90445)
    $12.00
    2-9 Copies  $10 each
    10+ Copies $9 each

    While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14
    
Liturgy and Appointment Calendar 2015

(Item #98360) $16.00
2+ Copies $14 each
While Supplies Last or thru 09-30-14

 

 
89073.jpg (32096 bytes) Living Liturgy: Spirituality, Celebration, and Catechesis for Sundays and Solemnities
Joyce Ann Zimmerman, C.PP.S., Thomas A. Greisen, Kathleen Harmon, S.N.D. de N., and Thomas L. Leclerc
An annual resource for parish ministers, liturgists, and planning committees, Living Liturgy offers a practical means for reflecting on, celebrating, and living the paschal mystery. Completely revised, Living Liturgy, Year B (2003) now includes the new weekday Lectionary readings, an updated page format, and new clip art throughout.

Living Liturgy integrates spirituality and celebration, catechesis and pastoral practice, the ministry of the assembly and other ministries so that celebrating and living go hand-in-hand. Written by a pastorally experienced team with expertise in Scripture, spiritual direction, liturgy, and liturgical music, Living Liturgy emulates the reality of our Christian communities: that we learn from each other of the fullness of God’s mystery and by learning together we enrich each other.

Living Liturgy is beneficial for a wide spectrum of members of a liturgical community, each having a personal copy so they might refer to it when preparing for the Sunday liturgy. Parents and teachers may simplify its content and share it with younger members of the community. Members of faith-sharing groups, liturgy planning committees, and RCIA catechumens, candidates, and sponsors will find it useful as the focus of weekly prayer and reflection.

The mystery of God’s salvific action is vast, and we are privileged to share in the unfolding of these great events. Living Liturgy shows that who we are and how we live has a profound affect on those around us. We can spend time doing no more important a thing than intensifying our spirituality based on praying and reflecting on God’s Word, celebrating the paschal mystery, and catechizing ourselves and others in God’s ways. When we do so, we are, living liturgy.
CYCLE A (Item #89071) $16.95
CYCLE B (Item #89073) $16.95
CYCLE C (Item #89433)
$16.95

 

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