As a stop along the book tour for the release of Father Barron’s Catholicism in paperback, Lisa Hendey shares a look at one of the book’s most challenging chapters.
Browsing: Book Notes
You see, evangelization is not the same as proselytization – “inducing someone to convert to one’s faith”. When we try and force others to listen to and agree with our point of view or beliefs that isn’t authentic evangelization, it becomes more about proving our own points and being right rather than simply sharing the love and peace of Christ with others.
Karee Santos reviews the newest biography of a great saint and educator, who founded the first order of American religious sisters and the backbone of the parochial school system, while raising five children without the help of a husband.
In “Therese, Faustina, and Bernadette: Three Saints who Challenged My Faith, Gave Me Hope, and Taught Me How to Love,” Elizabeth Ficocelli shares the stories of these three saints as well as the way that they have shaped and influenced her own life.
Profoundly pro-life, Tiny Blue Lines is designed to help young Catholic women realize that life isn’t over simply because of an unplanned pregnancy.
Marc Cardaronella shares about his favorite children’s book for First Communion preparation.