Book Review: Saint Brother André

By Anne Louise Mahoney, Managing Editor He was an uneducated man whose health was always frail, yet he achieved so much and touched so many lives! Alfred Bessette was born […]

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Perfect for Kids: Tell me About Series

By Anne Louise Mahoney, Editor It can be a challenge to hand on our faith to children these days. With so many activities and distractions vying for their attention, faith […]

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The Wisdom of Henri Nouwen: A Lenten Reflection

By Kevin Burns In his book The Road to Character David Brooks presents a series of character-building biographical essays about difficult lives, confident that as readers, consciously or unconsciously, we […]

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Literature’s Impact

By Matthew Sottile, Editor  By definition, literature consists of “written works, especially those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit.” The books we cherish move us to tears, educate youth, […]

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Portraits of Faith: Where Would I Be without God? An Incredible Journey

The following is an excerpt from one of our new Fall 2016 titles, Portraits of Faith: Young Adult Catholics Share Their Stories. This book contains a collection of 15 essays by young Catholics […]

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