“The Home That Was Our Country: A Memoir of Syria” is a beautifully crafted narrative that delves into the lives of Syrians with stories that smoothly weave in and out of a complex political context and challenges readers to think about contradictions in human nature and history.
Author feels the Catholic Church helps her to grow and sustain her relationship to God, connects her with other people and is a “conduit of grace, forgiveness, healing, wisdom and renewal.”
The story of Ray’s drive to be successful and Joan’s career in philanthropy are ably told by Lisa Napoli in her book “Ray and Joan: The Man Who Made the McDonald’s Fortune and the Woman Who Gave It All Away.”
“Love in a Time of Hate” tells the story of the Trocmes and others in Le Chambon who courageously and cleverly put their faith into action to hide Jews.
Two books, one book braces reality and with a corporate understanding of Catholicism. The second book that appeal to the people that are more spiritual but point to ourselves and not to God.
Archaeology is a fascinating science that deciphers myriad and often minute clues to tell us the story of our origins that help us preserve our past.
Hala Alyan, award-winning author of three poetry collections, has recently published “Salt Houses,” an elegant novel that follows several generations of a Palestinian family, set mainly in the Middle East.
The authors of these two short books narrate the lives and accomplishments of the saints. These books are devotional, suitable for spiritual reading and quiet meditation.
Anthony Esolen, an accomplished literary scholar who is a faithful Catholic, turns his attention in his new book and CD to the poetry of our beloved classic hymns in “Real Music.”