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Around the Year with the Von Trapp Family, Maria Augusta Von Trapp, 2018/1955

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12/12/18 12.12.18

Dear Whomever this may concerns, everyone both on/ff of here:,

I am back here yet again because I finally found another book on the subject/s advent/liturgical.  So, that I can grow/learn/research into a better roman catholic.  Well, not in religious sense, but more in spiritual/ity sense/s.  Especially, in this day and age with all of what’s going on and scandals in the church itself.

Around the Year with the VonTrapp Family | Sophia Institute Press

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In this joyful and charming book, Maria von Trapp (from The Sound of Music) unveils for you the year-round Christian traditions she loved – traditions that created for her large family a warm and inviting Catholic home and will do the same for yours.

Here are the songs they sang for feasts and holidays, as well as Maria’s personal recipes for traditional holiday foods. Here are stories and games to delight your children, and countless other ways to turn events such as anniversaries, baptisms, graduations, birthdays, wedding receptions, and even funerals into feasts celebrated in the Lord. 

Most people only know the young Maria from The Sound of Music; few realize that in subsequent years, as a pious wife and a seasoned Catholic mother, Maria gave herself unreservedly to keeping her family Catholic by observing in her home the many feasts of the Church’s liturgical year, with poems and prayers, food and fun, and so much more!

With the help of Maria von Trapp, you, too, can provide Christian structure and vibrancy to your home. Soon your home will be a warm and loving place, an earthly reflection of our eternal home.

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"Around the Year With the Von Trapp Family is stunningly produced and one of the coolest guides to the liturgical year I’ve seen. It includes tons of traditional practices, crafts, songs, and more. It’s great for any family looking to introduce more traditions into their liturgical year.

 

 

Think thats it for now.

Thank you, again, in advance.

Yours truly,

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