Living Faith provides brief daily Catholic devotions based on one of the Mass readings of the day.
Published new each quarter by Creative Communications for the Parish, a division of Bayard Inc., these reflections are written by women and men from a variety of backgrounds—lay people as well as clergy and religious. Living Faith writers include such well-known Catholic authors as Amy Welborn, Sr. Joyce Rupp and Msgr. Stephen Rossetti.
Living Faith writers provide a variety of perspectives and insights. Each devotion is a personal reflection on a Scripture passage from the day's Mass readings, inviting readers pray and meditate along with the seasons of the Church year.
Timely, inexpensive and easy to use, Living Faith has become a cherished part of the daily prayer life of hundreds of thousands of Catholics in the United States, Canada, and beyond.
Living Faith Kids is a quarterly magazine that presents children with prayers, reflections and activities that are based on the Scripture readers from daily and Sunday Mass. Designed for 8-12 years old children, parents will find that each page explores Scripture, prayer, and an opportunity to learn about the Catholic faith and grow as followers of Christ. Living Faith Kids is a daily Scripture-based prayer companion for Catholic children and an invaluable resource for parishes, families and schools.
La Fe Viva is a source of daily inspiration for Spanish-speaking Catholics. La Fe Viva makes that daily encounter with Scripture simple and accessible throughout the liturgical year. Each devotion comes from one of the daily or Sunday readings from Mass and are tailored selected specifically for the Spanish-speaking community.
All Living Faith, Living Faith Kids, and La Fe Viva reflections receive an imprimatur.
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Living Faith provides brief daily Catholic devotions based on one of the Mass readings of the day. Published new each quarter, these reflections are written by women and men from a variety of backgrounds - lay people as well as clergy and religious. Learn more.
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