In our present political age when blaming and counter-blaming is all government seems able to do and public discussion is focused on finding fault, it is refreshing to have a new book that focuses on humanity’s good behaviors.
A Lenten devotional, designed by Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble, helps others meditate on the moments of their lives and ultimately remember Christian hope in the Resurrection — made possible through Christ’s victory over sin and death.
While some people in today’s volatile political climate hesitate to discuss these issues even with friends and family, this book invites readers to dare to examine the privileges they enjoy and to talk about them.
Veteran New York Times reporter and columnist Dan Barry is thinking of making the leap from writing nonfiction narratives to novelist. But if pure fiction is to come, it doubtless will feature no shortage of real-life infused parables.