My Path to Heaven: A Young Person's Guide to the Faith
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My Path to Heaven: A Young Person's Guide to the Faith

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Geoffrey Bliss, S.J. My Path To Heaven is an old-fashioned retreat-a-book that helps children ponder the truths of the Faith and calls them to live lives of holiness in accordance with those truths. Based on the traditional St. Ignatius Retreat (trusted by Catholics for centuries) and adapted particularly for children, this clear, simple, thoughtful presentation of the Fai...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Sophia Institute Press (first published June 1997)
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Nicola Mansfield
Reason for Reading: We always start our homeschool time together with God. First using something for study, then reading a story or passage from the Bible. I just happened to stumble upon this book online and after looking at the sample pages was extremely excited about using it with my son as a catechises/devotional.

This book is utterly amazing and I highly recommend it. I do not have the theological background to do justice to it by trying to explain it to you and anything I do say about it wi...more
This unique book offers children an introduction to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius as well as various other elements of Ignatian spirituality. Consisting of twelve guided meditations (complete with reflection questions) that cover key moments in the four weeks of the Exercises, "My Path to Heaven" is a great tool for helping children to deepen their relationship with God in an Ignatian spirit. The book is enhanced greatly by a series of lavish illustratiosn by Caryll Houselander, each o...more
This is a lovely children's classic based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. My children get completely absorbed in the illustrations, which we photocopy (the publisher encourages this) and let them color. Great read-aloud for Lent.
Annie Mckenna
Wonderful for family prayer. Coloring pages are awesome, with great details me much to meditate upon!
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