Stuart Dunn reviews two new children’s books about soon-to-be-canonized Mother Teresa.
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Stuart Dunn reviews “Hope for the World” by Cardinal Burke, who is not afraid to speak his mind and tell the rest of the world what he believes is wrong and how to fix it.
Ignatius Press announces the publication of two new children’s books about soon-to-be saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
The powerful new movie All That Remains tells the inspiring life story of Nagasaki Atomic bomb survivor and Catholic convert, Dr. Takashi Nagai.
The doctrine of human deification is not an easy one to grasp, but it is a fascinating one to study. Stuart Dunn recommends Called to be the Children of God.
Stuart Dunn reviews two books from Ignatius Press that are ideal First-Communion gifts: My Catholic Bible and A Missal for Children.
Stuart Dunn reviews two books for children, both with the same talented illustrator: Let’s Pray the Rosary and Junípero Serra, an easy-to-read biography.
Steve Dawson’s new book, Catholic Street Evangelization, illustrates the missionary calling of all baptized Christians, including Catholics. It reveals the joy and fulfillment that come to those who humbly yet boldly share the good news of God’s mercy with others.
The ideal resource for the Year of Mercy is bestselling author Vinny Flynn’s soon-to-be-released book 7 SECRETS OF DIVINE MERCY, which draws from Scripture, the teachings of the Catholic Church and the Diary of St. Faustina.
Lisa Schmidt reviews two new children’s books published by Ignatius/Magnificat by well-known author/illustrator Maïte Roche; they make excellent Christmas gifts. (and they’re great for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd atriums as well!)
Stuart Dunn reviews a book of interviews and stories about St. John Paul II: you could feel his warmth, his humor, and his love for man and God leaping off the pages.