Charisse Tierney reviews Judy Landrieu Klein’s powerful new book, “Mary’s Way,” about surrender and trust.
Browsing: spiritual reading
The power of a mother’s prayer consists in offering her child and herself to God in a way that makes more space for his love—a challenge that’s easier said than done, Judy Klein notes in this excerpt from her new book, “Mary’s Way: The Power of Entrusting Your Child to God.”
Do you need a little help in little help jump-starting your morning prayer? Michele Faehnle shares about the latest Catholicmom.com book – “The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections,” edited by Lisa Hendey and Sarah Reinhard. This book can help you start your morning off right!
Mary Lou Rosien reviews “From Grief to Grace,” a book that outlines practical steps to find a way to grace and joy, rather than remaining in the darkness of grief.
“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.
Moms, do you want to learn more ways to live in Divine Mercy? Ellen Mongan recommends “Divine Mercy for Moms,” a treasure that you will definitely want to dig into.
Bishop Robert Barron contends that Scriptural authors understand sin not so much as a series of acts, but as a condition in which we are stuck, something akin to an addiction or a contagious disease. No amount of merely human effort could possibly solve the problem.
Karee Santos and Amanda Torres invite you to enjoy some faith-filled summer fun with their Facebook-based online book club featuring Divine Mercy for Moms, by CatholicMom authors Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet.