Philo loves going to church. If only he could find a way to sit still during Sunday Liturgy!Sometimes, Philo feels that the Mass 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 Sunday Mass, the wonders of the Church and how Patience is an awesome SuperHoly to activate every day! Learn how to can conquer impatience by activating the Patience SuperHoly! A great book to teach children an essential life skill Beautiful illustrations of an Orthodox church
Philo and the Patience SuperHoly (Philo and the SuperHolies) (Volume 2)
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