Just Stories: The Kind That Never Grow Old cover

Just Stories: The Kind That Never Grow Old

Winfrid Herbst

1. 00 - Preface and Introduction
2. 01 - The Little Girl Who Was Not Afraid
3. 02 - "The New Children Innocents"
4. 03 - Honesty Rewarded
5. 04 - A Letter to St. Joseph
6. 05 - Truly Wonderful
7. 06 - What a Reproach!
8. 07 - 'I'm Not Afraid!'
9. 08 - What Sister Told Me
10. 09 - His Throne
11. 10 - The Little Saint and Holy Mass
12. 11 - The Gift of Holy Joy
13. 12 - Keeping Her Promise
14. 13 - Blessed Who See Not Yet Believe!
15. 14 - Tears
16. 15 - God's Ways
17. 16 - That First Communion Badge
18. 17 - The Sweetest Story Ever Told
19. 18 - Taking Baby Jesus Home
20. 19 - Jesus and the Birdies
21. 20 - Jesus at Play
22. 21 - A Robber, Bees, and Something Else
23. 22 - Lending to the Lord
24. 23 - St. Joseph Again
25. 24 - Who Was It? A Mystery
26. 25 - Our Lady Loves the Mass
27. 26 - Who Was the Lady?
28. 27 - 'Have the King's Orders Been Carried Out?'
29. 28 - Floating On the Waves
30. 29 - About Going to Mass
31. 30 - The Best Thing for the Poor Souls
32. 31 - 'Take Me!'
33. 32 - Grapes and Spears of Wheat
34. 33 - 'A Little Child Shall Lead Them'
35. 34 - A Little Story About a Little Coat
36. 35 - Our All-Powerful Sacrifice
37. 36 - The Power of Good Example
38. 37 - Madonna Della Sedia
39. 38 - 'Jesus, My Love!'
40. 39 - 'Mamma! Come Quick!'
41. 40 - Mary's Presentaion
42. 41 - Knitting a Sweater for Little Jesus
43. 42 - When Jesus Was a Little Boy
44. 43 - 'The Biggest Dunce in the College'
45. 44 - A Great Eucharistic Miracle
46. 45 - If He Could Do That, Then I Can Do Something
47. 46 - A Little Girl's Answer
48. 47 - 'The Sweet Little Boy'
49. 48 - For the Feast of Corpus Christi

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Summary

Good Books are wise counselors. They point out the right way in the devious paths of life. Have we not often stood at the juncture of two roads, the one of righteousness and the other of unfaithfulness, and was it not then that some golden little book acted the part of an opportune adviser and directed us down the highway of truth? Is there one of us who can truthfully say that good books have not been his loyal and trustworthy helpers, his vigilant guardians in life's intricate ways? This unpretentious little book of goodness stories, a companion volume to "Tell Us Another," must speak for itself.This is a charming volume of short stories for Catholic children. In it are 48 stories designed to teach morals and the truths of the faith.

Reviews

Anna Hooper

- Nice

This is nice.