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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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Amy Welborn Tells Why to Read Wish You Were Here 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. Amy Welborn comments on her latest moving book, Wish You Were Here: Wish You Were Here is about traveling, family, life …

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Why Your Teen Should Read Win it All 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. Justin Fatica, author of Win it All, had this to say about his book:              I …

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Why You Should Read Wish You Were Here 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. Johanna from Image Books had this to say about Wish You Were Here: Though penned through the heart of a grieving …

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Why You Should Read Christopher 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. Here's what David Athey, author of Christopher, had to say about his book: If the Presence of Christ …

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Patrick – Brave Shepherd of the Emerald Isle – A Tiber River Review

Here is a movie review on a movie I have spoken about several times before. My family and I love it and I know yours will too! Patrick: Brave Shepherd of the Emerald Isle is an awesome movie that portrays the amazing life of Saint Patrick. The fascinating story of Celtic pirates, flourishing friendships and unfaltering faith is something that will entertain …

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Please Don’t Drink the Holy Water – A Tiber River Review

“Please Don't Drink The Holy Water (homeschool days, rosary nights, and other near occasions of sin)” written by Susie Lloyd, published by Sophia Institute Press. “Please Don't Drink The Holy Water” is absolutely the funniest book I have read in a long time! Mrs. Lloyd will have you rolling on the floor and at the same time wondering if she has …

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