“The most amazing combination of experience, common sense, and down-to-earth sanctity that has yet been printed.”
Sister Mary de Lourdes
St. Joseph's College
First published fifty years ago, How to Raise Good Catholic Children is a rare treat for today’s parents: a wise and readable book on child care that derives its wisdom from the Catholic home rather than from psychologists.
Author Mary Reed Newland here draws on her own experiences as the mother of seven to show how the classic Christian principles of sanctity can be translated into terms easily applied to children — even to the very young.
Because it’s rooted in experience, not in theory, nothing that Mrs. Newland suggests is impossible or extraordinary. In fact, as you reflect on your experiences with your own children, you’ll quickly agree that hers is an excellent commonsense approach to raising good Catholic children.
Let Mrs. Newland show you how to introduce even your littlest ones to God and develop in your growing children virtues such as:
“This book will reassure parents that, with faith in God’s love and grace, they are as well-fitted for the rearing of saints as were the parents of saints.”
Catholic Educational Review