The new book is a compilation of essays of the views of American Catholics and how polarization has divided our church and what might be done to bring us together.
For those who only know what they read about those decades and the people, events and movements integral to them, they will feel as though they “were there” once they have read “Getting Religion.”
Parents looking to lure their youngsters away from digital devices and toward material that might foster reading and imagination should consider the work of legendary Disney comic book artist Carl Barks. In fact, Mom and Dad may enjoy Barks’ work as much as their kids.
Peter Seewald’s interview of Pope Benedict offers readers a journey through the theological life of the retired pope.
This is a book of good news about “places in the Catholic Church where creativity, vision and devotion have the traction to move the mission of Jesus Christ forward.
In this excellent, well-written and highly readable book, Russell Shaw presents the stories of 15 famous Catholics.
Christian author Melody Carlson has written over 200 books, including several Christmas novellas. Her newest Christmas title, “The Christmas Angel Project,” features five women in a book club who come from different walks of life.
Steven Fine, a professor of Jewish history at Yeshiva University in New York City, explores biblical, cultural and religious history through the lens of what he rightly calls in his conclusion “the oldest religious symbol in all of Western culture.”
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The following books are suitable for Christmas giving: “All Shall Be Well: A Spiritual Journal for Hope and Encouragement” by Hilda St. Clair. Paraclete Press (Brewster, Massachusetts, 2016). 120 pp., $15.99. Teenage readers and adults alike will find calm, inspired creativity and peaceful contemplation with this beautifully illustrated journal. Sixty quotes illuminated […]