The meaningful dinner conversations sparked by “Feeding Your Family’s Soul” will make this book a daily dinnertime treat.
The internet’s capacity to establish enriching connections among human beings is what fascinates Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro in a new book titled “Friending God.”
“Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse” (Fantagraphics) is a continuing series of hardbacks that collects the entire Gottfredson Mickey run, beginning in 1930 and ending with his last strips in 1975 and contain extreme ethnic humor.
“A Radical Faith” is the story of Sister Maura Clarke’s journey from a tightknit Catholic community in the Rockaway area of New York City to the jungles of Nicaragua and El Salvador.
The story, “Game of Queens: The Women Who Made Sixteenth-Century Europe,” told by Sarah Gristwood does justice to the lives and memories of the women who broke the European glass ceiling so many years ago.
Bishop writes a book that grapples with the thorny issues of immigration, regarding both legal immigrants and unauthorized immigrants, as well as education, youth formation, political activism and encouraging voting. But it was written before the political catapulting of Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee and then his election as president.
Author R. Scott Hurd’s book “Around the Table” is what one might call a devotional book that gives you more than prayers and discussion questions.
With the book, “The Fool of New York City,” the reader will embark on a story of love, friendship and adventure. It involves defeat and triumph, death and resurrection as the character rediscovers who he really is.
Author, Chris Lowney, writes book “Everyone Leads: How to Revitalize the Catholic Church,” 80 percent “hopeful, positive.”
A new book, a Washington-area priest says Catholics, like the apostles once did, can encounter Jesus and have their lives transformed forever in the “Upper Room,” wherever they are.