Author Deacon Dennis Lambert’s focus is on the Catholic concept of “real presence” and a better understanding of Catholic beliefs about the Eucharist and holy Communion.
In Catholic books, an African American perspective is usually missing; these two books attempt to address that important gap in different and complementary ways.
Author Phil Klay writes about what war, armed conflict and bloodshed do to the human soul.
Each book offers insights into the Bible and how we can meaningfully understand its relevance for our daily lives.
This collection of Dorothy Day’s columns from the last decade of her life demonstrates her heartfelt commitment to her faith and to social justice and peace.
Susan Peek, a Third Order Franciscan and Catholic novelist, has written the story of a “little-known saint” — “Saint Cloud of Gaul: The Prince Who Traded Kingdoms.”
Jyoti Thottam narrates the compelling story of Nazareth Hospital and its founders, six Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Kentucky.
The book’s core is formed by chapters outlining how baseball, football, hockey and basketball have influenced national life and culture in the U.S. and Canada, and vice versa.