Cassie Everts and her husband suffered through five “Good Fridays,” losing five children by miscarriage. Each loss caused her to wonder where God was in her life, she said, yet the torment eventually gave way to healing.
“Who Do You Say I Am?” is a worthwhile investment for those who want daily spiritual nourishment. Cardinal Dolan provides much about which to think and pray — and smile — and he delivers it in a manner readers will enjoy.
“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.”
The book, “By His Mercy 2: Living All In,” is an extension of the first book, “By His Mercy,” which was published in late 2018. Both books were coordinated by Tricia Walz, who lives in St. Cloud and attends St. Mary’s Cathedral.
Auxiliary Bishop Robert E. Barron of Los Angeles said his new book addressing the church’s sexual abuse crisis and urging Catholics to “stay and fight for the body of Christ” comes from his “pastor’s heart.”
When Pope Francis first stepped onto the balcony overlooking St. Peter’s Square in Rome, Mark Shriver like millions of other people around the world was captivated by this man who humbly bowed his head after asking the people there to pray for him.