Browsing: Ignatius Press
Meg Herriot reviews “The Big Book of Christians Around the World,” noting how it underscores that Jesus unites us, even though we express our faith differently.
Jane Korvemaker reviews a children’s book about a strong woman of the Bible: “Queen Esther” by author/illustrator Tomie de Paola.
Lindsay Schlegel shares an interview with artist Michael D. O’Brien, whose new book of artwork ought to be on every Catholic bookshelf.
Amanda Villagómez reviews the newly republished book, “Three Women and the Lord,” which helps readers enter into the mystery of God’s love.
Julie Larsen reviews “Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: Story of a Life” by Guy Gaucher, O.C.D., a new biography of the popular saint.
Just in time for Advent, Ignatius Press introduces seasonal resources for children.
The FORMED platform will be available on numerous video play apps — and will feature offline playback, a new design and better performance.
Karen Ullo reviews “The Innocents,” a new collection of Gertrud von le Fort’s novellas: an excellent Gothic romp with deeply Catholic themes.