Erika Marie has a book that you’ll want to read and share with every mom you know.
Browsing: Book Notes
Keepsake books for sacramental celebrations aren’t just nice mementos but can also be occasions for children to deepen their relationship with God’s presence in their lives through these essential catholic experiences. Here’s one Jay Cuasay recommends. Do you have one or two to share as well?
Haynes has definitely created an excellent, enjoyable sequel. One wants to keep turning pages, eager to see how it is all going to work out for Gabe and his friends. In addition, she masterfully handles the story line about Harry and his ADHD, emphasizing how each person has gifts.
We’re hosting a book club conversation using Fr. James Martin’s bestseller, Jesus A Pilgrimage. Each week we will tackle a chapter and look forward to a lively discussion together. Here’s an introduction to the book by Fr. Jim and a link to our reading schedule.
Juggle without Struggle is a great book for any mom.
Do you enjoy historical fiction? Are you fascinated with life “back in the day” and find it interesting to learn more about the ins and outs of daily living in a particular time period? More specifically, do you ever feel like you wish you knew a bit more about some of your favorite Biblical characters, even those who are nameless? If so, then Sarah Damm has a book for you!
Just in time for Pope Francis’ trip to Israel, check out a beautiful book by Fr. Mitch Pacwa which will take YOU to the Holy Land.