Barb Szyszkiewicz, OFS reviews two new coloring books for adults. Pauline Books & Media publishes “Our Lady’s Garden” and “Windows into Christ.” How can you incorporate prayer into the coloring craze?
Charisse Tierney reviews Judy Landrieu Klein’s powerful new book, “Mary’s Way,” about surrender and trust.
The power of a mother’s prayer consists in offering her child and herself to God in a way that makes more space for his love—a challenge that’s easier said than done, Judy Klein notes in this excerpt from her new book, “Mary’s Way: The Power of Entrusting Your Child to God.”
Do you need a little help in little help jump-starting your morning prayer? Michele Faehnle shares about the latest Catholicmom.com book – “The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections,” edited by Lisa Hendey and Sarah Reinhard. This book can help you start your morning off right!
Mary Lou Rosien reviews “From Grief to Grace,” a book that outlines practical steps to find a way to grace and joy, rather than remaining in the darkness of grief.
Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews the Education in Virtue Works of Mercy Coloring & Activity Book, which will appeal to parents, catechists and Catholic-school teachers who’d like to supplement their children’s religious instruction with fun and worthwhile educational activities.
We’re thrilled to share this sample chapter from our friend and CatholicMom.com contributor Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle’s new book, Feeding Your Family’s Soul, published by Paraclete Press. If you’re looking for ways to bless your family meal time in the midst of September busy-ness, this book is for you!
Radio show host and CatholicMom.com contributor Allison Gingras hosted Lisa Hendey and several other contributors to “A Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion” on A Seeking Heart, her show with Breadbox Media.
In “Praying with Mother Teresa,” Susan Conroy offers her own reflections along with quotes and letters from Mother Teresa, prayers from Mother Teresa’s own prayer collection, as well as photos of the saint, her sisters, and the people they serve. Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur reviews this new book published to coincide with Mother Teresa’s canonization.