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Parenting with Grace - Catholic Parent's Guide to Raising (almost) Perfect Kids

Item Number: 21513

Catalog Code: 9781592766857

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Parenting with Grace

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Average Rating: This item received 3 stars overall.

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"Why don't kids come with an instruction manual?"


Actually, they do. It's just most of us haven't figured out how to decipher it. Parenting with Grace presents a truly Catholic approach to parenthood.

The unique perspective of Parenting with Grace combines orthodox theology with cutting-edge psychology to show parents:

  • The twelve secrets to raising practically perfect children
  • The nine weapons that wipe out every parent's worst enemy
  • The five fabulous phases every child must go through
  • The two essential differences between discipline and punishment
  • And finally, the single most powerful parenting technique in the world!

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Review Provided By - THE Catholic Book Review Site

This item received 3 stars overall. Not Quite the Best Parenting Advice

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In Parenting with Grace, family counselor Gregory K. Popcak and his wife, Lisa, present a parenting handbook for Catholics. This book provides some good advice, common sense, and helpful aids to strengthen one's family life. Unfortunately, Parenting with Grace oversteps its bounds by designating "attachment parenting" decidedly more "Catholic" than other methods of parenting. Furthermore, Parenting with Grace promotes an educational style of discipline, one that is skeptical of all punitive measures, as the "Catholic way" to discipline and, in an appendix, Gregory Popcak argues that there are "irreconcilable differences between Catholicism and corporal punishment." Apart from the weak support of these conclusions, the mission to find the most "Catholic" parenting method is itself misguided. The Church does not officially endorse one parenting style over another Full Review...

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