Children and Spiritual Reading

Mary, Sister
October 1932
America;10/29/1932, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p88
The article focuses on the significance of using Catholic literature in character building for school children. The author cites the study done by Mary Eugenia Kealy which examines the interest of children in spiritual reading. Kealy suggests the need for parish schools to appoint a nun in directing the spiritual reading program. She also emphasizes the significance of a library of spiritual books in every classroom.


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