Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur reviews a book she calls “a page-turner, connecting St. Margaret Mary, St. Alphonsus, St. Therese, the Marian apparitions at Fatima, St. Faustina, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Polish history, and St. Pope John Paul II is what could be considered a Divine conspiracy.”
Browsing: Book Notes
Accepting our littleness means trusting in God’s greatness, Karee Santos learns from her review of Connie Rossini’s prayerful book Trusting in God with St. Therese. What better path to holiness could there be for wives and mothers whose role is to serve, to suffer, to hope, and to smile?
Convinced the Rosary was reserved for sweet old ladies and saints, Piper Scheck was surprised and delighted to find out the rich and amazing history behind the Rosary, as well as the promises the Blessed Mother makes to those who regularly pray it. Piper offers her book free on Kindle today through Sunday.
Stuart Dunn reviews “The Prophets,” a 10-part video Bible study series that can be used by individuals or groups to learn more about prophets in the Old and New Testaments as well as modern times.
Lisa Hendey shares an intimate conversation with author Margaret Dvorak, who opens up on the topics of prayer challenges, her mother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s, living overseas and her new book Beloved: A Collection of Timeless Catholic Prayers.
Stephen Shea, associate professor of Saint Anselm College’s “Sports Analysis” course, considers the course “a perfect medium through which to teach mathematics and statistics.” He is teaching sports analysis using math to analyze pro and amateur sports for the third time this spring.
First Communion season is upon us! This is an important milestone for Catholic children in their faith life, and one…
Lisa Hendey expresses gratitude and congratulations to our partners at Ave Maria Press on the occasion of the publishing house’s 150th anniversary celebration. CatholicMom.com has enjoyed the privilege of working with Ave on our “CatholicMom.com Books” imprint.
Erika Marie HangsOut with book author John Schlimm and they chat about his new book, Five Years in Heaven: The Unlikely Friendship that Answered Life’s Greatest Questions. Watch and hear how an 87-year-old nun changed one person’s life forever.
Stuart Dunn reviews Radical Discipleship by Francis Cardinal Arinze and Pope John Paul II’s Apostolic Exhortation, Consecrated Life, both helpful resources during this Year of Consecrated Life.
Lisa Hendey shares her interview conversation with Dr. Greg and Lisa Popcak, authors of Then Comes Baby: The Catholic Guide to Surviving and Thriving in the First Three Years of Parenthood and learns about their Catholic speaking and counseling practice.