"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.
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?
"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.
"My son's review is, 'Yes, everyone should buy it for their kids, because it would be fun for their kids!'
Knowing this book attracted my youngest, as well as continued to engage my oldest, makes this particular book a keeper for our household bookshelves. Even as an adult, not only did I learn a few new facts about animals, but I also enjoyed reading this aloud the half dozen (cough, or dozen) times it has been read!" A last minute gift idea, if you are looking for an engaging book for under the tree this Christmas for a little one in the home!
"We are quickly approaching the conclusion of the Advent season and the kickoff of the Christmas season. This is the perfect gift to have under the tree for a mom or dad - or, as a family gift. It is the perfect gift for helping readers to deepen their faith and, perhaps, to craft that perfect "spiritual resolution" for the New Year." Today's post reviews a phenomenal book for all Catholic parents - designed to assist parents in being their children's primary catechists! Don't miss this review of a fantastic resource!