Guest contributor Ron Teachworth shares his debut novel The Annunciation.
Tanya Weitzel reviews Maurine Reynolds Adamek's children's book, I'll Do Better Tomorrow, I Promise.
I Forgive You is a new release from Pauline Books & Media and is a great presentation of forgiveness.
There are some must-reads on this week's list! Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
Chris Ebberwein shares a special book inspired to help married couples pray together and for one another.
Today, we are honored to share a guest contribution from Sister Judith Sutera, OSB, author of The Vinedresser’s Notebook: Spiritual Lessons in Pruning, Waiting, Harvesting and Abundance
"Strong Mothers, Strong Sons" by Dr. Meg Meeker is a great guide to navigating the turbulent teen years and coming out on the other side with a quality relationship with our sons.
Brace yourself for fiction in abundance, a little spice, and lots of joy. Find out what Sarah Reinhard has been reading and what she has to share in her weekly book talk.
Momnipotent and Danielle Bean are coming to CatholicMom.com. Get your book today to be a part of this special virtual book club!
My son Eric, now a newly minted college graduate working his first professional job, was a toddler in 1993 when a fantastic book entitled The Giver garnered the Newbery Medal for author Lois Lowry. A decade later,
Here is the story of our ancient Christian roots that presents serious scholarship you can trust with truly sensible language you can understand and enjoy.
Stuart Dunn read Sacred Liturgy, a book compiling the proceedings of an international conference to study, promote, and renew appreciation for liturgy. Here's what he thought of it.
Congratulations to our own Marilee Haynes, author of the wonderful book a.k.a. genius. Marilee Haynes was awarded the Catholic Writers Guild's highest recognition.
Patti Maguire Armstrong shares a store from Mo Bergman, who describes her son's health challenges and God's grace in her life.
Here's why John Konecsni says you should stop reading his review of The Watson Chronicles and go buy the book. It's that good!