Book Notes Archive
Every mom needs to escape with a good novel now and then.
It's a short list, but it's a good one. Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
Curl up with this compelling novel set in World War II-era Ireland that features a teenage girl with a big secret--and plenty of heartache.
Ordinance 93 might not be a Catholic book, but it has an arguably pro-life message. John Konecsni shares why he's recommending it.
Stuart Dunn reviews two novels about Joan of Arc.
In my estimation, good literature has a duty not to sell itself to the most profitable market place but to reflect some element of human truth.
The Theology of the Body, Stimpson explains, is about our body, serving God in this world and housing our soul for the next
Plenty of good fiction and even a Christmasy read this week. Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
John Konecsni shares his review of The Book of Helen.
The American Catholic Almanac is a daily digest of stories about 365 Catholics who made an impression in American history from colonial times when being a Catholic was dangerous, to our majority Catholic Supreme Court. Here's what
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.