Traditions -- Catholic Traditions in Crafts
- List member Gwen recently wrote to me:
I have a recommendation for the Ann Ball Catholic Cooking, Catholic
Crafts and Catholic Gardening books. It gets Catholic books into other
call numbers to throw these in once in a while. Great job!
I think that Gwen's suggestion is genius. There are a few books at my
library on the topic of Catholic traditions and I never thought about how they too
are tools in teaching non-Catholics about our beautiful faith tradition. Since
Gwen mentions Ann Ball, let's begin with one of her books.
Check to see if this title is already in your library's catalog. If it is,
put a hold on it and check it out. If not, fill out a patron request form right
away. This can usually be done online at your library's website.
Title: Catholic Traditions in Crafts
Author: Ann Ball
Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor (Indiana, USA)
Date Published: March 1997
Price: 14.95 Paperback
Comments: Libraries like to include books about the traditions of diverse
cultures. Catholics have a great contribution to that diversity.
The celebration that begins the liturgical year is Advent, a movable
observance beginning on the Sunday closest to the last day in November.
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