Allison Gingras interviews Maria Johnson about her new book, Super Girls and Halos; though the book is light in tone, it is rich in insightful content.
Browsing: Catholic Book Spotlight
Lisa Hendey shares her interview conversation with CatholicMom.com contributor and noted author Ginny Moyer, highlighting Ginny’s latest book Taste and See: Experiencing the Goodness of God with Our Five Senses.
The American Catholic Almanac is a daily digest of stories about 365 Catholics who made an impression in American history from colonial times when being a Catholic was dangerous, to our majority Catholic Supreme Court. Here’s what Leticia Velasquez has to say about it.
Deanna Bartalini calls The Grace of Yes “an opportunity to look at your life” and consider how your Yes matters.
In Yes, God!, Susie Lloyd chronicles the childhood and vocation stories of nine men and women religious, describing the details of their family which she believes brought each of them to say “yes” to God’s call to religious life.
Prayer and You is a book that raises the bar on prayer books for normal people. Read what Sarah Reinhard has to say about it.
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.
It seemed I received this beautiful memoir written by Cynthia Montanaro providentially, as memoirs seem to be my go-to reading…
Stuart Dunn considers the impact Marc Cardinal Ouellet’s new book, The Relevance and Future of Vatican II.