25 Questions about What We See in a Catholic Church
Number of pages: 56
25 Questions About What We See in a Catholic Church looks at rites, rituals and traditions of the Catholic Church and answers questions such as: Why do Catholics go to Church? Why is there a bowl of water near the entrance doors? What is the Sacristy?
25 Questions is a series of 12 small format books in a Question and Answer style for school children aged 12-14, that fosters their appreciation of Catholic life and teaching, and promotes the work of the New Evangelization called for by Pope Benedict XVI. Parents, grandparents, teachers, priests and catechists will want all the children they know to have their own copies. The series is an excellent aid for building Catholic literacy and identity.
Les Miller is the former Religious Education Coordinator of the York Catholic District School Board, a member of the author team for World Religions: A Canadian Catholic Perspective, and now teaches at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). He is co-author of the grade 11 text World Religions: A Canadian Catholic Perspective (Novalis-Nelson, 2010) The Novalis 25 Questions Series, the Novalis Foundations of our Faith Series, and co-author of the Novalis Words for the Journey series.