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What You Don’t Know About St. Therese – A Tiber River Review

A saint who died when she was only about half my age? Who spent 1/3 of her life behind convent walls? How could such a saint possibly inspire anyone whose path in life had taken a very different turn? While the title and subtitle of this book,The Truth about Therese: An Unflinching Look at Lisieux, the Little Flower, and the …

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New 2012 Liguori Titles

Liguori Publications is the publishing division of the Denver Province Redemptorists. Some of their best-known titles include the Essential Handbook series and Advent and Christmas Wisdom from… This year they are publishing a bunch of great titles. A Worrier's Guide to the Bible (Sep 2012) Gary Zimak is one of those brave souls trying to make his living as a self-employed …

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Emmaus Road New Releases for Fall 2011 and 2012

Emmaus Road is the official publishing division for Catholics United For the Faith. They specialize in group Bible study books such as Stacy Mitch's Courageous series and the Come and See Bible studies for children and adults and apologetics with a few other titles in the mix. Even though Emmaus Road doesn't produce a lot of books each year, the new …

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Why You Should Read The Father’s Tale This Summer

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Ignatius Press recommends The Father's Tale for your summer enjoyment. Here's why: Michael O’Brien’s novels have always been ambitious, blending a deeply spiritual …

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Why You Should Read What to do When Jesus is Hungry

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Ignatius Press recommends What to do When Jesus is Hungry for your summer conversation. Here's why: How many Catholics today know what the …

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Current Catholic Summer Reading Update

We are down to our last week of voting for the Catholic Summer Reading titles! The adult category has a pretty tight race for the top three while the teen category seems to be heading towards a runaway win. Don't forget to vote if you haven't already. You can read more about each title at the Catholic Summer Reading site …

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Why Your Teen Should Read Pride and Prejudice This Summer

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Ignatius Press recommends Pride and Prejudice for your summer enjoyment. Here's why: Making the case that everyone should read Jane Austen’s …

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Why You Should Read Building the Free Society This Summer

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Rachel, Internet marketing manager at Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., had this to say about Building the Free Society: Immigration. Contraception. Abortion. …

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Why You Should Read The Pope and the CEO This Summer

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Emmaus Road explains why The Pope and the CEO makes perfect reading this summer: With today’s vacuum in business ethics and the unstable …

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Why You Should Read Childless This Summer

We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven't already voted on your top three selections, go do that now. Emmaus Road explains why Childless makes perfect reading this summer: With today’s ethical boundaries all but vacated in the life sciences …

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