The newest title in the internationally best-selling "YOUCAT" series for youth and young adults, this outstanding Bible features the creative elements of the best-selling YOUCAT youth catechism and the DOCAT social teaching handbook. It's filled with engaging photos, clever and fun illustrations by YOUCAT's award-winning designer, insightful sidebar quotes from great thinkers, Catholic saints and leaders, past and present, and young people living their faith today. It includes helpful introductions to the books of the Bible and short, easy-to-understand commentaries by some of today's top Bible teachers. Plus, an index of biblical names, terms, and topics. Based on the popular Revised Standard Version, Second Catholic Edition of the Ignatius Bible, the YOUCAT Bible carefully abridges the biblical text to help young people to follow the "story" of the Bible. It also includes a special preface by Pope Francis. "You are holding something divine in your hands … A book through which God speaks." -- Pope Francis, from the preface to the YOUCAT Bible A superb book for high school classes, for regular faith-formation, for youth ministry and for young adult discussion.
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The internationally best-selling book, YOUCAT -- The Youth Catechism of the Catholic Church, explained to young people the meaning of their faith in language, style and design that has appealed greatly to them. Now YOUCAT -- The Youth Prayer Book, helps them to live their faith and deepen their spiritual lives. The book includes modern, new prayers, along with traditional prayers, and the time-honored prayers of Holy Scripture. It also gives a lot of practical advice on how to pray: in the morning, in the evening, and in between; in sorrow or in joy. The prayer book is illustrated with many photos of young people from all over the world.
With hundreds of screen shots, this No Nonsense Guide provides you with a visual reference to learn the components of the world's most popular document sharing application. From creating basic PDF's, to securing documents, to generating interactive forms, this book covers the full spectrum of features in Adobe Acrobat 7. Each step-by-step instruction is accompanied by a screen capture showing exactly where to click to accomplish a task. Throughout the book you'll find tips and tricks that show the most efficient approaches for completing complicated projects. For users upgrading to the latest version of Acrobat, instructions are provided on using the many new features including LiveCycle Designer, the Organizer, commenting, and many others. For those new to Acrobat this book can be used as a self-paced guide or as a complete reference.
The Living Word™ helps youth ministers, parish catechists, and high school religion teachers to engage in a process of catechesis that finds its source in the liturgy. The sessions in this resource are designed to enhance the liturgical preparation, liturgical participation, and liturgical living of teens through reflection on the Lectionary readings.
“A skilled science translator, Denworth makes decibels, teslas and brain plasticity understandable to all.”—Washington Post Lydia Denworth’s third son, Alex, was nearly two when he was identified with significant hearing loss that was likely to get worse. Denworth knew the importance of enrichment to the developing brain but had never contemplated the opposite: deprivation. How would a child’s brain grow outside the world of sound? How would he communicate? Would he learn to read and write? An acclaimed science journalist as well as a mother, Denworth made it her mission to find out, interviewing experts on language development, inventors of groundbreaking technology, Deaf leaders, and neuroscientists at the frontiers of brain plasticity research. I Can Hear You Whisper chronicles Denworth’s search for answers—and her new understanding of Deaf culture and the exquisite relationship between sound, language, and learning.
|Book Title||: Theory of the Religious and Art Education in Contemporary Research|
|Author||: Tomáš Jablonský|
|Publisher||: EDUCatt - Ente per il diritto allo studio universitario dell'Università Cattolica|
|Release Date||: 2014-03-26|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
«L’uomo è creato da Dio, come unità tra materia e spirito»: per questo conoscenza e arte non possono prescindere da una dimensione di trascendenza. Tuttavia, in una società dai contorni sempre più tecnologici l’educazione abbandona pian piano i connotati di conoscenza e apprendimento di valori etici e estetici svilendo le capacità di analisi critica dei giovani. Questo lavoro vuole presentare una serie di contributi sull’arte e la religione che possano colmare – in parte – tale lacuna dell’apprendimento al fine di orientare il lettore verso una “nuova conoscenza”.
A sparklingly strange odyssey through the kaleidoscope of America's new spirituality: the cults, practices, high priests and prophets of our supposedly post-religion age. Fifty-five years have passed since the cover of Time magazine proclaimed the death of God and while participation in mainstream religion has indeed plummeted, Americans have never been more spiritually busy. While rejecting traditional worship in unprecedented numbers, today's Americans are embracing a kaleidoscopic panoply of spiritual traditions, rituals, and subcultures -- from astrology and witchcraft to SoulCycle and the alt-right. As the Internet makes it ever-easier to find new "tribes," and consumer capitalism forever threatens to turn spirituality into a lifestyle brand, remarkably modern American religious culture is undergoing a revival comparable with the Great Awakenings of centuries past. Faith is experiencing not a decline but a Renaissance. Disillusioned with organized religion and political establishments alike, more and more Americans are seeking out spiritual paths driven by intuition, not institutions. In Strange Rites, religious scholar and commentator Tara Isabella Burton visits with the techno-utopians of Silicon Valley; Satanists and polyamorous communities, witches from Bushwick, wellness junkies and social justice activists and devotees of Jordan Peterson, proving Americans are not abandoning religion but remixing it. In search of the deep and the real, they are finding meaning, purpose, ritual, and communities in ever-newer, ever-stranger ways.