A collection of essays that look through the history and development of Catholic traditions on peace, war and how to influence conflict in societies through negotiation.
Authors Jason King and Julie Hanlon Rubio have come out with a compilation of essays that offer diverse perspectives on the theology of marriage and family life.
The author’s goal is educating readers about such challenges. By doing so, he hopes that those in medicine, ministry and society will improve the way they relate to those experiencing them.
A Catholic author weaves her faith throughout her books as a gifted storyteller.
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.