How many times, asks the back cover of The Quick Reference Guide to the Catholic Bible, have you wanted some context…
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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 “The concept of virtue is often considered outdated and old-fashioned, but for Catholics, becoming virtuous is essential for eternal salvation.”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 we do? Thankfully, we have saints we can look to as role models in virtue as we journey through the difficulties of life.
Looking for a spiritual read which is so interesting that you can hardly put it down but has the potential to change your life as well? Trusting God with St. Therese by Connie Rossini more than satisfies both these prerequisites.
John Guy retells the life of St. Thomas More through the lens of his favorite daughter, Margaret, in A Daughter’s Love. Review by Rhonda Ortiz.
Why should you read Jennifer Fulwiler’s new book Something Other Than God? Elena LaVictoire shares ten reasons she loves it.
Haynes has definitely created an excellent, enjoyable sequel. One wants to keep turning pages, eager to see how it is all going to work out for Gabe and his friends. In addition, she masterfully handles the story line about Harry and his ADHD, emphasizing how each person has gifts.
You see, evangelization is not the same as proselytization – “inducing someone to convert to one’s faith”. When we try and force others to listen to and agree with our point of view or beliefs that isn’t authentic evangelization, it becomes more about proving our own points and being right rather than simply sharing the love and peace of Christ with others.
Profoundly pro-life, Tiny Blue Lines is designed to help young Catholic women realize that life isn’t over simply because of an unplanned pregnancy.
It seemed I received this beautiful memoir written by Cynthia Montanaro providentially, as memoirs seem to be my go-to reading…
A terminal illness in her newborn son opens wide a mom’s heart to the truth of God’s love for us and the inestimable value of every human being.