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Amy J. Cattapan interviews Lisa M. Hendey about her new children's book, I'm a Saint in the Making.

"Cath-Lit Live!" features brief interviews with Catholic authors who are releasing new books. Hosted by Catholic author and speaker Amy J. Cattapan, "Cath-Lit Live!" gives viewers a glimpse into the latest Catholic books while getting to know a bit about the author as well.
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God has a special mission for each of us! With engaging prose and delightful illustrations, I'm a Saint in the Making reminds children of their unique call from God to live with mission and love. By recounting the highlights of the stories of both well-known and newer saints (including John Paul II, Mary MacKillop, Augustus Tolton, Teresa of Calcutta, Juan Diego and Chiara Badano) in relatable lessons, the book helps readers learn that there is no one single way to live a life of sanctity. I'm a Saint in the Making offers simple but impactful suggestions for ways children can offer acts of prayer, service, and love. Resources for parents, teachers, and caregivers at the end of book provide support for adults as they seek to encourage and accompany their young saints in the making. Available from Paraclete Press.


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Lisa M. Hendey is the founder of CatholicMom.com and a bestselling author. Her Chime Travelers series for kids is read and studied worldwide in homes, schools, and churches. A frequent TV and radio guest, Lisa also hosts two podcasts, speaks internationally, and has traveled worldwide with non-profits to support their humanitarian missions. Lisa and Greg Hendey worship and live their story in Los Angeles, CA.


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There are 2 paths to being a saint in the making, says @LisaHendey: God calls us to be prayer champions and role models. #catholicmom

You can catch "Cath-Lit Live" three times a month live on A.J. Cattapan's author Facebook page. Recorded versions of the show will also be available to watch later on her YouTube channel and Instagram.

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