Browsing: Book Notes
Susan Bailey reviews a lovely book of letter-poems from a modern day pilgrim to St. Francis of Assisi.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 5 from Getting Past Perfect, by Kate Wicker. What kind of “mom type” are you? And is it leading you closer to God? We want to hear your thoughts!
With wit and enthusiasm, Fr. Michael Kerper — a popular Catholic priest in New England — tackles over two dozen…
Bishop Robert Barron reviews Rod Dreher’s “The Benedict Option,” evaluating its strengths and weaknesses as faith encounters culture.
With The Catholic Hipster Handbook set to be released on September 22, 2017, Tommy is giving you a special sneak peak, talking about the connection between Catholicism and your local farmer’s market!
Planning ahead for a new homeschool year? Stuart Dunn peeks into a new history curriculum from TAN Books.
Nellie Edwards introduces her first children’s book, “Jacinta’s Miracle Veil,” which stresses the First Communion is about much more than just the dress.
This week we’re discussing Chapters 3 and 4 from Getting Past Perfect, by Kate Wicker. Even if we’re not perfectionists, we want to get things right – especially with our kids.
Novelist Katherine Valentine introduces her newly-published autobiography, “Why I Believe in Miracles,” which she wrote after experiencing a miraculous healing.
Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews a new book on St. Mary Magdalene. With meditations on the Gospels and sound scholarship, this is a must-read during Holy Week.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 2 from Getting Past Perfect, by Kate Wicker. In this chapter, Wicker talks about why it’s okay not to love every single minute of parenting. Jump in with your thoughts!