EAN-139780821557105   EAN-13 barcode 9780821557105
Product NameWe Believe & Celebrate First Penance (We Believe & Celebrate, First Penance)
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Page Count96
Long DescriptionThis beautiful and comprehensive program provides preparation and special ways to commemorate the first reception of this sacrament. Through the catechesis in this program, children are prepared to celebrate the sacrament and live out what they have celebrated. Incorporates the Roman Missal, Third Edition.
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