The Countdown Has begun- Philo and the Patience SuperHoly

Philo and the Patience SuperHoly will be available any day now!

We are thrilled to share the news with you:

Just in time for Christmas (Catholic and Orthodox),

The second book of the series Philo and the SuperHolies will be available on any day now!!

The story, entitled Philo and the Patience SuperHoly, focuses on a dilemma we can all relate to as parents (and children and parents who were once children): how to sit still during the Liturgy and reap the benefit of its blessings?

By Activating the Patience SuperHoly!

This second story is really close to my heart as my one-of-a-kind-illustrator (and dear friend) has been able to capture the Orthodox style and infuse it in the store ( check out the church and iconography!).

The book even features a rendering of my childhood church of Mari-Guirguis Heliopolis!

Here is the synopsis of the book:

Philo loves going to church. If only he can find a way to sit still during Liturgy! Sometimes, Philo feels that the Liturgy is too long.

This is all about to change.

Philo is about to experience a Sunday morning unlike any he has ever had, thanks to the Patience SuperHoly and her amazing suggestions.

Philo has recently discovered that he has Super Powers. Not just any Super Powers but Holy Super Powers that can help him overcome obstacles, rise up to challenges and face any fears.

Join Philo as he learns how to benefit from the blessings of Liturgy, the wonders of the Church and how Patience is an awesome SuperHoly to activate!

Other posts you might enjoy: SuperHolies Summer Camp 

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2 Comments on “The Countdown Has begun- Philo and the Patience SuperHoly

  1. Congratulations Mireille. I really do salute you in providing stories which define the obstacles which hinder childrens’ ability to behave obediently during Liturgy. The feelings are mutual and universal, I guess, among Egyptian Catholic / Orthodox churches all over the world.

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