Author Vin Donovan introduces his novel, “Chasing Mayflies”: What would you do if your best friend’s last wish was to help him escape from a hospice so he could “take care of a few things?”
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.
Kate Taliaferro reviews Heather King’s latest book, “Loaded,” and discovers that there is more to money than meets the eye, and we have more to give than just what’s left over.
Ignatius Press announces the publication of two new children’s books about soon-to-be saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
“Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon” by Fr. Donald Calloway has three parts: a detailed history of the rosary, profiles of twenty-six champions of the rosary, and information on praying the rosary. Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur offers her take on the book.
A few years ago, Ocieanna Fleiss—wife and work-at-home mother of four young children—would have described herself as overwhelmed and focused on finishing her to-do list. But when at age forty-two, a sudden cardiac arrest stopped her heart, everything changed.
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.