A new two-volume manuscript on political and social philosophy, authored by St. John Paul II in the 1950s, will dispel views of him as “an intellectual cut off from social concerns” and clarify his lifelong stance on political and ideological issues.
“Moral Leadership for a Divided Age” is an inspiring read and provides food for thought on 14 recognizable leaders who have made an impact on the world stage.
The story of the day that Pope John Paul II would honor the people of Iowa and the American heartland with a visit Oct. 4, 1979 — and all the planning that preceded it — is told with verve and clarity in the closing chapter of a new book that will be of interest to Catholics across the country.
Two diverse books challenge the stereotypes that equate Islam and violence and the the most intimate of interfaith experiences, that of marriage, family and personal religious identity.
The author, John F. Wukovits, is a renowned military historian who melds rigorous research with expert storytelling resulting in an inspiring and richly detailed narrative that reveals the challenges that these religious — priests along with some brothers and sisters of Notre Dame’s Congregation of Holy Cross — faced.
“The Terrorist Factory” is a book about the individual human tragedies caught up in this terrorist organization.
This excellent book will engage Catholic readers with the history not only of University of Notre Dame but also of the anti-Catholicism that prevailed in much of America up to and even after the Second World War.
Two recently published books encourage parents in this crucial role for the future of the church and give them the tools they need to do it in today’s world.
“The First Advent” contains stories and activities designed to prepare children’s hearts and minds for the arrival of Baby Jesus.
More than 300 letters written by a young tuberculosis patient to her parents during World War II gave historian Mary Krugerud a story had value “as a candid memoir and an educational human interest story.”