What’s better than a good book? Nothing if you are a bibliophile. I don’t fully trust people who don’t read or have bookshelves. Of course, all this reading means my head can get pretty full at times; I guess that’s why I write and talk so much. Here are some reviews of books I’ve enjoyed. I read more than I review and you can follow me on Goodreads.
The Grace of Yes by Lisa Hendey
Not God’s Type, An Atheist Academic Lays Down Her Arms by Holly Ordway
Bambinelli Sunday, A Christmas Blessing by Amy Welborn
Navigating the Interior Life by Daniel Burke
Forming Intentional Disciples; the Path to Knowing and Following Jesus by Sherry A. Weddell
Consoling the Heart of Jesus by Fr. Michael Gaitley
Never Give Up; My Life and God’s Mercy by John Janaro
Breaking Through: Catholic Women Speak for Themselves ed. Helen M. Alvare
Engaging a New Generation: A Vision for Reaching Catholic Teens by Frank Mercadante
Staying Faithful Today-To God, Ourselves, One Another by Fr. Alfred McBride
Style, Sex and Substance ed. Hallie Lord
Sinner by Lino Rulli
The Church and New Media by Brandon Vogt
Becoming: The Woman God Made You to Be by Tammy Evevard
Francis: The Journey and the Dream by Murray Bodo, O.F.M.
The Doubter’s Novena, Nine Steps to Trust with the Apostle Thomas by Mike Aquilina and Christopher Bailey
Praying Constantly, by Fr. Benedict J. Groeschel, C.F.R.
Real Women, Real Saints: Friends for your Spiritual Journey by Gina Loehr
Sign and Mysteries: Revealing Ancient Christian Symbols by Mike Aquilina