Book Reviews Archive
Tacy Beck gives fiver reasons you'll want to check out "Chesterton is Everywhere".
Guest contributor Stuart Dunn provides a reflection on Cardinal Arinze's new book, The Layperson's Distinctive Role.
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.
Tanya Weitzel reviews three fiction titles from Catholic singer and author Elizabeth Schmeidler.
Brace yourself for what Sarah Reinhard considers to be one of the best books of 2013. In 7 Secrets to Confession, you'll find a transformative book well worth reading, sharing, and rereading.
Sharing a classic storybook bible with her son takes Tanya Weitzel back to her own childhood.
Meg Matenaer draws wisdom and inspiration from Gina Loehr's The Four Teresas.
Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur review's Cheryl Dickow's sequel to the incredible novel "Elizabeth: A Holy Land Pilgrimage".
Meg Matenaer shares her review of Real Women, Real Saints by Gina Loehr.
Strange Gods: Unmasking the Idols in Everyday Life by Elizabeth Scalia Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press, 2013 The First Commandment is probably the one of the ten that we worry about the least. “I am the
Worthy: See Yourself as God Does by Amanda Mortus Do you see yourself as worthy of God’s love? Many women don’t. Due to sin, disappointments in life, and voices in the outside world, Satan is often able
Like her other novels, Regina Doman’s new book is based on a fairy tale, this time Rapunzel. As usual, Doman puts a modern spin to the story. To her credit, though, she is able to give us
A few weeks ago a newly-engaged friend emailed me and asked if I had any good book recommendations for her and her fiancé as they prepare for marriage. A woman after my own heart! Last year it
Editor’s note: Today, we welcome a guest review from Bethanie Ryan. Visit Bethanie’s blog at The Syrophoenician Woman to enjoy more of her writing. LMH Today I’d like to share with you Behold, Your Mother! a teen girl’s reflections