Browsing: Book Notes
John C. Acquaviva shares an excerpt from his newly-published book, “Raising Kids with a Healthy Body Image: A Guide for Catholic Parents.”
This week we’re discussing the Foreword, Introduction, and Chapter 1 from Getting Past Perfect, by Kate Wicker. Where do we mothers get the idea that we need to do everything exactly right all the time? Join the discussion!
Carolyn Astfalk introduces her latest novel, “Rightfully Ours,” with a bonus scene exclusive to CatholicMom.com. This is a novel that teens and adults will enjoy!
Mary Lou Rosien shares a review of Lisa Duffy’s book, The Catholic Guide to Dating after Divorce, and an upcoming conference that gives divorced Catholics hope!
We’re thrilled to give our readers a sneak peek at The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections, the newest addition to our CatholicMom.com Book Imprint with Ave Maria Press. Today, Theresa Ceniccola urges you to allow for a do-over.
Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews a new murder mystery published by Ignatius Press: “The Sleeping Witness, a Father Gabriel Mystery.”
In an excerpt from her new book, “The Unseen Companion: God with the Single Mother,” Michelle Lynn Senters reveals how she was inspired by the Gospel story of the woman at the well.
The invisible God is all about making his love visible, Pat Gohn affirms in her new book, “All In.” Nancy Ward outlines the book’s strengths in her review.
This week Lisa Hendey interviews author Kate Wicker about her new book, Getting Past Perfect.
Author T.M. Gaouette shares a peek into the second book in her Faith & Kung Fu series for Catholic teens, “Saving Faith.”
Dave Rizzo, the father of 4 teens and young adults, reviews Dr. Gregory Popcak’s book for dads, “BeDADitudes.”