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Books

The surprisingly great spiritual advice in ‘Little Women’

The classic novel offers practical, timeless ways to change your life for the better.

What does Rachel “weeping for her children” have to do with the Innocents, or with Mary?

This matriarch of the Old Testament is buried near Bethlehem, and for centuries has had the role of intercessor. See why Mary is the new Rachel.

Looking for peace in the hustle and bustle? Get this book on the Rosary

It will bring you the assistance of John Paul II, who called the Rosary his favorite prayer.

What the Herdmans teach us about the true meaning of Christmas

"The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" contains a profound lesson that we all can learn from.

The exhausted mom’s guide to reading books

Here's how you can read great books even when time and energy seem nonexistent.

A Christmas picture book list for every day of Advent

Reading these holiday classics aloud together with your kids is an enriching way to celebrate this special season.

Why a book on mysticism is the solution to your anxiety, fear, and anger

Do the mystics really have something to say to all of us, in 2019? If nothing else: “The saints were super busy. There’s something to imitate there.”

7 Great picks for your Catholic book club

Each of these books is likely to ignite discussion about ideas that are central to Catholic life.

‘Good Things Out of Nazareth’: An inside look at the new collection of Flannery letters

Flannery O'Connor's letters "sparkle with wit" and reveal her vocation as an apologist for the faith and spiritual director for searching friends, says the collection's editor.

Why you should re-read books

Is it worth re-reading a book when there are so many good ones out there that you still haven't read?

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