Book Notes Archive
During this hopeful inspiring season of Advent and Christmas, let’s endeavor to get more in tune with our Angel companions and encourage our children and grandchildren to do the same.
Loved as I Am: An Invitation to Conversion, Healing, and Freedom through Jesus is written by a religious sister who has experienced conversion in a very dramatic fashion, but this book is for anyone who is wounded,
About a year ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Fr. Donald Calloway in person. I remember our meeting because it occurred at a very special occasion: the premier of the beautiful movie Mary of Nazareth. During
This week we're discussing Chapter 6: The Grace of Vulnerability from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. Being vulnerable sure isn't easy, but it's about embracing God's will for our lives. Jump in and join
Catholic blogger and author Jean Heimann shares how the saints can lead us to virtue.
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An interview of Dr. Tim Gray and a review of a new scripture study from Stuart Dunn.
My favorite features of Jesus Daily? It's compact size, hardcover format, full color pages, and especially that "daily interaction" reminder to connect the Word with the work!
Catholicmom.com team of collaborators publishes daily devotional for 2015 to raise needed funds for website
Mr. Pearce was reflecting all our darker selves, and the yearning we have to be whole, good, and just.
Get "Renewed" and become part of the New Evangelization with Father Robert Reed.
Marc Cardaronella recommends Jotham’s Journey for your family’s Advent devotions.
Scott Hahn's "Joy to the World" considers the birth of Jesus Christ from a new and fresh perspective.
This week we're discussing Chapter 5: The Grace of Humility from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. Is this the "chapter of all chapters" or just a challenge to reflect on? Laura Phelps considers her
Here are two great resources for deepening your prayer life using scripture.