Starting with the ancients and leaving off in the mid-20th century, the author aims to whet your appetite with short introductions to the tales his book’s subtitle claims that “every Catholic should know.”
In this easy-to-read book, the author presents numerous key legal cases and perspectives that the layperson can easily understand, detailing how all people of religions, and those who have no religious beliefs, are equal before the law.
Forgiveness. It may sound easy, but in fact it’s one of the toughest challenges for us as humans and as Christians. Two new books point the way to new perspectives on this key experience that holds so much promise as well as so much difficulty for us.
“Good Things Out of Nazareth” is a different kind of book, although happily the letters are as wonderful as one remembers — some of the ones printed here had been sealed when Fitzgerald was compiling her book.
“I would like my book to provide another option to families who want to commemorate the feast in a way that is both delightful and uplifting,” says author Thomas Williams. “I meant it as a fireside book, an around-the-table book, a bedside book for children young and old.”