What connects these three books is the important role that parents play in the faith lives of their children. Each approaches the topic from a different perspective.
Dorothy Day’s writing, like her faith, is incarnational, and her word portraits are unfailingly engaging.
The case may be old, but the issues are still relevant, which is why Donald Cameron Clark Jr. wrote “Summary Judgment,” a book detailing how he got an Alabama man’s death sentence overturned.
The book looks into the vocations and lives of nine Daughters of St. Paul, showing women who are serious about living a rather traditional and contemplative religious life in the midst of social media and other contemporary challenges.
Three timely books recommended for anyone who wishes to understand the history and present reality of Christian-Muslim relations both within this country and around the world.
“If you want a book that will introduce you to the depth and breadth of Catholic literature, this is the one for you.”
All of the essays are eye-opening, well researched and provide an education in Catholic history absent from college and other classrooms as recently as a decade ago.