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Rare Catholic Stories

As children read of heroes just like themselves who strive to be generous, truthful, and courageous, they will be drawn to imitate the virtues portrayed in those who are not perfect, but who give life—and God—their very best. The heirloom Catholic stories in this inspirational collection will touch the hearts of young and old alike. Thirty-one stories of faith, courage, and virtue.

Incorporating these tales of faith, courage, and virtue into your homeschool day will enhance religion, dictation, reading, comprehension, and memorization assignments. Over 30 stories! Softcover. 218 pgs. 6"x9"

Rare Catholic Stories Study Guide now available!

Recommended core text in CHC Lesson Plans for Fourth Grade Tour these titles within the Fourth Grade Interactive Guide!

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“It is rewarding after years of homeschooling to see our oldest off to college with a deep love for our Catholic Faith, a desire to serve God and a genuine care for others. Also, our family enjoys discussing the CHC stories over lunch, laughing and explaining questions. Your materials keep on teaching even after they are on the shelf. ”
- Deb, OH
“Having been raised in a public school environment by parents who were not necessarily religious, I sometimes assume my children will have the same cynical views on certain aspects of life. It is such a joy to see their pure, loving, charitable souls! They are really good kids! All of our lessons at Mass and all of the Commandments are lovingly reinforced through the stories you tell in your material. It is a blessing and leads to kind-natured children.”
- Christina
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