Book Club Archive
Coming together in community to share and study the Catholic faith is a powerful way to connect with God, the Church, and other Catholics. In this month's "Where I Spent My Time Online," Allison Gingras shares
Join today's Day of the #LittleWay and enter to win The Three Gifts of St. Therese of Lisieux.
Don't save "The Perfect Christmas Pageant" for Christmas! Barb Szyszkiewicz says it's a great book for Advent.
Christmas is a time to generously share the gift of our faith. Books and CD’s are terrific and affordable stocking stuffers.
Join in a special chance to win "It Is Well" by Chris Faddis, a tribute to his amazing wife Angela Faddis.
Guest contributor Stuart Dunn provides a reflection on Cardinal Arinze's new book, The Layperson's Distinctive Role.
Learn about the new book Pope Francis: Why He Leads the Way He Leads from its author, Chris Lowney.
Do you sometimes wonder where God is in your life? Enter Mary's experience when she lost her son in the temple as we continue our "Walking with Mary" series with Dr. Edward Sri.
Learn why JP2 called the Presentation scene the "second Annunciation" to Mary as we continue our "Walking with Mary" journey with Dr. Edward Sri.
Do you bring Christ to your workplace? If you work for a faith-based organization, the answer to that question may be an easy “yes.” However, the vast majority of Catholics and Christians work in secular institutions. What
Lorrie Lane Dyer reviews the great scriptural resource Meeting Jesus Christ: Meditations on the Word by Msgr. J. Brian Bransfield.
What does it mean when the Bible says Mary "kept all these things and pondered them in her heart" (Lk 2:19)? Find out in Dr. Sri's latest installment in the Walking with Mary video series.
Tanya Weitzel reviews three fiction titles from Catholic singer and author Elizabeth Schmeidler.
Is your life running "in haste"? Mary shows us how to direct the busyness of our lives properly as we walk with Mary in the Visitation scene.
Laura Nelson calls 7 Secrets of Confession a book that will give you a new perspective on the sacrament as well as on sin.