In “Radical Saints” Melanie Rigney has chosen women — some well-known, others less so — who lived in the 20th century and were officially canonized in the 21st century.
Two new books offer poignantly illuminating stories about refugees whose stories will undoubtedly resonante with readers.
Don’t linger on the title — this fine collection of essays is useful for Christians in all seasons, not just Lent.
A new book, titled “TerraFutura (Future Earth): Conversations with Pope Francis on Integral Ecology,” features three conversations between Pope Francis and environmental activist Carlo Petrini.
While written primarily for church investment committees, the book is a beneficial read for all Christians.
Author’s new book zeroes in on the Christian meaning of death and resurrection with a particular focus on cremation compared to the traditional practice of burial.
In this short and well-written book, Franciscan Father Kevin Mackin argues, convincingly, that now is the time to move forward on reuniting the Christian churches.
Author enlightens us by an engaging depiction of the intellectual and philosophical setting of Galileo’s time.