Book Notes Archive
Loved as I Am: An Invitation to Conversion, Healing, and Freedom through Jesus is written by a religious sister who has experienced conversion in a very dramatic fashion, but this book is for anyone who is wounded,
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An interview of Dr. Tim Gray and a review of a new scripture study from Stuart Dunn.
Catholicmom.com team of collaborators publishes daily devotional for 2015 to raise needed funds for website
Scott Hahn's "Joy to the World" considers the birth of Jesus Christ from a new and fresh perspective.
Here are two great resources for deepening your prayer life using scripture.
Seven Saints for Seven Virtues continues what St John Paul did in his pontificate, calling laypeople to evangelize where they are by leading heroic lives of virtue, attracting others to the light of Christ.
Stuart Dunn reviews two great books about family.
Lisa Hendey shares the new daily devotional "Wholehearted Living" by Jennifer Grant.
A review of Antony Barone Kolenc's trilogy of adolescent historical fiction. Check it out if you need a Christmas gift for adventure-loving tweens!
A simple book, an easy read, a book laden with spiritual treasures. Susan Bailey reviews Lisa Hendey's The Grace of Yes.
Sarah Reinhard takes a look at the two newest Advent releases from Ave Maria Press.
Deanna Bartalini calls The Grace of Yes "an opportunity to look at your life" and consider how your Yes matters.
In Yes, God!, Susie Lloyd chronicles the childhood and vocation stories of nine men and women religious, describing the details of their family which she believes brought each of them to say “yes” to God’s call to
This book is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about the history and value of the Sacrament of Reconciliation.