The Spirituality of Children
Many believe children have an innate spirituality that defies religious categories. Their questions and confidences seem to imply an awareness of the ineffable in ways that adults have tuned out. How can we understand this in light of our own traditions? What can children teach us about the world and the possibility of the divine?
An Urgent Call to the Holiness of Childlikeness
The Curiosity of Children: A Gift for Us All
My Encumbering Person: The Work of the Catechist
The Rooting and Renewing Power of Relating Spiritually with Children
Creating Spaces for Children to Flourish in the Modern World
Nancy Drew and the Stations of the Cross: How Art Feeds Kids' Faith
Children: Mini-Mystics, Until We "Educate" Them
The Secret Awareness of Children
Children and the Thin Places of Life: "Mommy, Do You Feel It?"
Suffer the Children to Come, But Beware
The Secret of Our Hope Lies in the Imagination of Children
Seven Distinctions of Children's Spirituality
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