Finding Respite in My Faith: A Book Review of “Our Lady’s Wardrobe”

"At the end of the day, Our Lady's Wardrobe provides another comforting embrace for its readers - an escape from today, and into the respite of our Faith." Don't miss the latest review - a children's book which captivates the imagination of young and old alike - just in time to order for Easter!

Preparing to Enter the Desert: A Book Review of “A Lenten Journey with Mother Mary”

"...As I share my insight of what I have experienced so far, I will say that A Lenten Journey with Mother Mary will definitely invite readers to experience a sense of wonder, while deepening their relationship with the Blessed Mother. And, in my personal opinion, to know and love Mary is to know and love her Son, Jesus..." Read more about the latest book review in time for Amazon Prime shipping to get it to your doorstep on Ash Wednesday!

The St. Monica Club: A Book Review

"Throughout the chapters of The Saint Monica Club, Ms. Green gives gentle, loving, and powerful reminders to her readers..." Today's book review highlights a new release by Sophia Institute Press, and offers encouragement to those whose loved ones have turned their backs on the Catholic Faith.

Bold, Brave, Catholic: “Start with Jesus” Book Review

For the conclusion of the "Bold, Brave, Catholic" series, I feature a review of a book designed to assist readers in living as "Bold, Brave, Catholic" in their daily lives. How will you live your faith in a bold and brave manner for 2020?

Seeking Healing and Peace from Childhood Maternal Abuse: A Book Review of Forgiving Mother

"In closing, I firmly believe this book will make a tremendous addition to my clinical shelf. The book is written in a manner meant to empower the reader - reminding the reader that childhood experiences may shape and mold all of us, but they don't define the person we can become. Through prayer, a relationship and reliance on the love and comfort of the Blessed Mother, and wise counsel of either a professional mental health worker or spiritual director, healing and peace can be found as an adult."

Another book review - this time, addressing healing and peace from childhood maternal abuse, through the lens of a social worker.