In Angels of Paris, author Rosemary Flannery reveals a cityscape filled with angels: angels peeking out of dark corners, peering down from pillars and flagpoles, hanging effortlessly from the long wall of a government building.
I'd never heard of the Vinegar Bible before today. It was Glenn Beck who brought it to my attention, talking about it in a recent interview on "style over substance" which was carried on his
I’m a pretty practical reader. I read solid theological tomes or historical fiction or self-help books–not sci-fi. I’m not one to be hooked on fantasy tales and spirits of the walking dead. So how
Less than a week until Christmas--and you still need one small stocking stuffer or one more gift! Here are more ideas intended especially for Catholic kids. CAN YOU FIND JESUS? Introducing Your Child to the Gospel
Oh, I wish you could all win! So many of you were interested in FORMED, the new program from the Augustine Institute. And oh, the opportunities you would have! The great Catholic educational programs, the
So I got this book in the mail: Facebook for Seniors: Connect With Friends and Family in 12 Easy Lessons. And I think it's brilliant! The "twelve easy lessons" of which they speak include things
It's been a long day, and you're tired. You'd like to sit on the sofa, winding down with a family-friendly movie. You need FORMED! Your children just love a Christmas Special or an animated film.
If you’re a Catholic parent, you know the joy that comes from seeing your child grow in the faith. On the day of his baptism, you rejoiced at the new life in Christ–anticipating years of