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The Creed Explained

Antonio Vincenti, Silvia Vecchini

Publisher: Pauline Books and Media

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Introduce children ages 8–12 to the Apostles’ Creed and the foundations of the Catholic faith. This guide explores each of the twelve “articles”, or lines, of the Apostles’ Creed piece by piece. Prayers, reflections, a notebook section and quotes from various saints and theologians give more depth to the articles. The Creed Explained offers the Apostles’ Creed as a guideline for taking children through the basic tenets of Catholicism, and begins to bring them into a deeper understanding of God.

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