Book Notes Archive
Pardon the sugar high...there's fiction and princesses and even some saints. Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
A review of Not God’s Type: An Atheist Academic Lays Down Her Arms that will convince you to read the beautiful story of Holly Ordway's conversion.
Lisa Hendey shares an excerpt inspired by Saint André Bessette from the newly released book 5 Minutes with the Saints.
Flávia Ghelardi interviews author Leticia Velasquez about her book A Special Mother Is Born.
Some classic lit, some tantalizing YA fiction, some pumpkins on the side. Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
The Bully Barn: A Lesson For Bullies, Bystanders and Victims by Robert Gioia portrays an interesting way of solving a bullying problem through farm animal friends.
Fr. Mitch Pacwa offers those of us who may never get to the Holy Land, or those who want a refresher visit, the opportunity to pray and learn about the sacred places with his book The Holy
O’Donnell reflects on the sacramental elements of this season of life. Inspired by Andre Dubus’ quote that “this daily task of feeding his children is a kind of sacrament,” she explores the elements of the divine found
American saints and more, fun middle grade fiction, and a book that makes me want MORE! Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
Meet Megan Sweas, author of Putting Education to Work: How Cristo Rey High Schools Are Transforming Urban Education, and learn what makes these schools such a huge success.
How many times, asks the back cover of The Quick Reference Guide to the Catholic Bible, have you wanted some context and background about a book of the Bible but didn’t have the time to wade through a
Angels are all around us. They love God and serve Him by guarding and protecting us. Explore the topic of angels with your children by reading the latest release in the God Gave Us series, God Gave
In our modern world, it can be extremely challenging to live a virtuous life. “The concept of virtue is often considered outdated and old-fashioned, but for Catholics, becoming virtuous is essential for eternal salvation.” What, then, can
In the past few weeks, we’ve had a number of our contributors here at CatholicMom.com sing the praises of Marcellino D’Ambrosio’s new book, When the Church Was Young: Voices of the Early Church Fathers. In fact, I’ve raved
There may or may not have been some reading binges... Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.