Stuart Dunn reviews two books for our younger readers: Catholic Saints for Children and A Missal for Little Ones.
Nicole Ernest reviews a fantastic new book called Rosaries Aren’t (Just) For Teething, a compilation of Catholic women’s reflections on the mysteries of the Rosary. This book reminds readers that God is drawing us closer to Him through each and every messy and beautiful moment.
Sister Margaret Kerry, fsp reviews the historical novel Blood of a Stone, in which you journey with Demotrios, a escaping slave, as you move across the Empire toward Galilee and Jerusalem. Of course we expect to meet Jesus. How Demotrios meets Jesus is quite different than you can imagine.
Stuart Dunn reviews The Story of the Bible, a comprehensive education program from TAN Books. Geared toward homeschooling families, this program would also be valuable to families wishing to supplement their children’s religious education at home.
Matthew Kelly, founder of Dynamic Catholic, announces his upcoming book, Rediscover Jesus: “If there is one person we should each get to know in a deeply personal way, it is Jesus.”
Ignatius Press and Magnificat have teamed up to publish 3 new books for children, on the Mass, the saints and the Rosary.
Is the Rosary only for old ladies? Abbey Dupuy reviews a new picture book that hopes to promote a love of the Rosary for people of all ages, especially children.