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Say Good-bye to “Dyslexia” and Embrace Full-Field Vision Learning™

By Kathleen Mary Alford, B.S. M.Ed, Ed.S

Do you have a child who is struggling to learn to read, despite the fact that they are obviously bright, inquisitive, and energetic? Is phonics instruction not helping, even though your child has a rich vocabulary and knowledge about a wide variety of topics? Has it been suggested that your child might have a learning disability, such as dyslexia or ADHD? Does it seem like your child just doesn’t fit the regular mold of instruction, and you don’t know what to do? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Say good-bye to dyslexia and embrace Full-Field Vision Learning. In this slender volume, you will discover the 10 steps for teaching your full-field vision learner to read. In the process, you will also find out the truth about giftedness of full-field vision learners and unlock your child’s God-given potential for growth and greatness!

For parents and teachers looking for help in educating their children who have been diagnosed with “dyslexia”



Merely A Shadow

A Catholic Romantic Thriller by Elizabeth Flanigan

Francesca Morgan knelt in the quiet after morning Mass, thanking God for the gift of her fiancé, when the familiar voice of a past love whispered her name. Instantly, she sprang to her feet and embraced him, then forced herself to pull away. 

“I need to tell you something,” she said, her voice wavering. “Liam asked me to marry him.”

Kyle peered intently at her hand and commented, “I don’t see a ring.” 
With that, the war was on…the war to win back Francesca’s heart. Scarred by his service in the Army’s Special Ops forces, he squared his shoulders to ready himself for the coming fight. To Kyle, Francesca was the only person that mattered, but she did not yet understand that the man who stood before her now as merely a shadow of his former self.


As Kyle’s plans collide with those of Francesca and Liam, Kyle fervently prays that she will make the right decision—for their future…and for her own survival. 


Good Morning, Miss Tracey!

The Delightful Adventures of a First Year Teacher by Gina Creed

Miss Tracey had always wanted to be a teacher. As a first grader, she loved to play “school” with her four-year-old brother. Now, on this first day of school as a first-year teacher, Miss Tracey looks forward to the excitement and challenges that her students will bring to her life.

But will she also be open to the opportunities for romance and spiritual growth that will knock on the door of her heart?

For middle schoolers & young adults, fresh from the pages of Kindle Vella

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Father, Can You Teach Me How To Live?

By Kathleen Mary Alford

In the tradition of St. Francis de Sales and St. Jane Frances de Chantal, Father Jeffry answers with clarity and depth the questions of a woman who is struggling to make her life manageable. Relying on email and social media, Father Jeffry patiently helps her untangle the knots of relationships, ministries, work, and self-care. The new, expanded edition combines the book and the study guide into one easy-to-read volume for personal reflection or group discussion.

For those who are looking for spiritual direction

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