This month’s Catholic Teen Books Faith Through Fiction features YA historical romance author Amanda Lauer discussing the topic of loss.
Browsing: Book Notes
Monica Portogallo recommends a children’s book that’s both theologically rich and artistically appealing.
Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur reviews “The Extraordinary Parents of St. Thérèse of Lisieux,” a portrait of Saints Louis and Zélie Martin.
Maria V. Gallagher reviews Danielle Bean’s booklet, “Practicing Catholic Devotions: The Busy Person’s Guide,” new from Twenty-Third Publications.
Veterinarian Meg Herriot and her son enjoyed Paul Thigpen’s “God’s Wildest Wonderment of All,” a picture book about God’s amazing creation and human dignity.
Just in time for Advent, Ignatius Press introduces seasonal resources for children.
Janele Hoerner shares Chapter 17 from her memoir, “Loving the Soul Beneath the Autism.”
Stuart Dunn recommends that readers challenge themselves with spiritual reads such as Lawrence Feingold’s “The Eucharist.”
Lisa M. Hendey interviews Rhonda Gruenewald about her new book, “Hundredfold: A Guide to Parish Vocation Ministry.”
AnneMarie Miller discusses a new book by Tommy Tighe that seeks to draw Catholic deeper into the Faith.
Courtney Vallejo reviews “Journey in Love,” a book designed for mothers facing a prenatal diagnosis. Download the free ebook from Our Sunday Visitor.