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  • He is always near you and with you. Do not leave Him by Himself. You would think it uncivil to leave a friend by himself who was visiting you. Why abandon God and leave Him by Himself? ~Brother Lawrence


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  • Thoughtfulness is the beginning of great sanctity. If you learn this art of being thoughtful, you will become more and more Christlike, for His heart was meek and always thought of others.


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December 08, 2006


So simple yet so rich in its simplicity.

These are wonderful and so do-able for any family.

Thank you for sharing and thank you for your kind words about Catholic Mosaic. :)

Donna, these are beautiful! I have GOT to get that book!

Donna: Thanks for posting!. I am forwarding this link to the mom who is doing Catholic Mosaic in their Coop next year.

Those are great! I love them. Very creative and very pretty.

I love those lapbooks. I would love to have my chidren make some. Thanks for the pictures. God bless. Ruth

Donna, these are wonderful! So creative and pretty! Where did you get that coloring page for Juan Diego?
Mary Ellen

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  • Then, without realizing it, you try to improve yourself at the start of each new day; of course, you achieve quite a lot in the course of time. Anyone can do this, it costs nothing and is certainly very helpful. Whoever doesn't know it must learn and find by experience that a quiet conscience makes one strong. ~Anne Frank

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