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I Don't Want to Go to Church!

Turning the Struggle Into a Celebration

ISBN13: 9780870294235

ISBN10: 0870294237

Publisher: Abbey Press

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  • This book is written for younger, school-age children for whom going to church doesn’t always make sense, particularly when it competes with things they’d rather do like sleeping in or playing. Younger children don’t have the cognitive abilities in place yet to understand many of the abstract ideas that go along with faith and religion. For these young people, the experience of church often needs to be more concrete, story-based, or tied to everyday experiences and relationships. Through insightful text and enchanting illustrations, this book helps make the experience more concrete and meaningful, and even something to look forward to rather than resist. 32 pages; 8" x 8"; full-color, illustrations throughout.

  • John Mark Falkenhain


    Br. John Mark Falkenhain, O.S.B., is a monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey and a licensed clinical psychologist. His work at Saint Meinrad includes teaching and consultation in the School of Theology. He also provides psychological services in the local community and does research and writing on the psychological well-being of clergy and religious.


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I Don't Want to Go to Church!

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