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Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Loyola Press
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.50 (inches)|
Homeschooling the Child with Autism: Answers to the Top Questions Parents and Professionals AskPatricia Schetter & Kandis LiighthallJossey-Bass / 2009 / Trade Paperback$15.99 Retail:
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Six Sacred Rules for Families: A Spirituality for the HomeTim Muldoon, Sue MuldoonAve Maria Press / 2013 / Trade Paperback$13.46 Retail:
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Then Comes Baby: The Catholic Guide to Surviving and Thriving in the First Three Years of ParenthoodGregory K. Popcak, Lisa PopcakAve Maria Press / 2014 / Trade Paperback$15.26 Retail:
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In Faith, Family, and Children with Special Needs, David Rizzowhose 12-year-old daughter has autismoffers great hope for parents who want to grow in their own spirituality while helping their children with disabilities experience God in a deeper way.
Throughout the book, Rizzos abiding though sometimes tested Catholic faith is made clear as he thoughtfully explains everything from the practical, such as how parents can maintain sanity during Mass when the child with special needs becomes disruptive, to the profound, such as how parents can understand God in a way that is relevant to their predicament. At other times, Rizzos advice is intended to help the child grow in his or her own faith, as when he explains how kids with special needs can participate meaningfully in the Eucharist.
By looking at big-picture issues of faith while also providing specific tips to nurture spiritual growth in parents and in their children with disabilities, Faith, Family, and Children with Special Needs will serve as a highly useful and inspiring resource for anyone in the community of faith who interacts with children with disabilities.
--Fr. Richard Rohr, OFM
--Curtis Martin, Fellowship of Catholic University Students
"Faith, Family, and Children with Special Needs is a terrific little book packed with gentle wisdom, hard-earned experience, a deep sense of the spiritual dimension of both the special needs parent, and keen insight into the unique spirituality of developmentally disabled children. Every catechetical program in America needs to give it to teachers involved in special needs ministry, and parents of disabled children will find comfort and guidance in its pages."