You can't go wrong with books from these authors, which will calm your mind and spirit in the warm summer months.
Aleteia writers on what books they are taking to the beach -- or maybe the backyard -- this summer.
Reading it polemically will miss Weigel’s broader purpose: explaining the papacy and the Church
From Botticelli to Delacroix, Dante’s literary depiction of Hell has inspired artists for centuries.
Full of humor and great dialogue, these are perfect books for a day at the beach, pool, park, or just the backyard this summer.
The Catholic writer from Georgia was a daughter of the American South, whose fiction often illuminates the racial injustices of her time and place.
A family book club checks off all the educational boxes without feeling like "school."
The Greeks didn't think so, and neither should you.
Fr. Christopher Ortega talks to Tomek Grodecki about finding God in 'Man of Steel,' 'X-Men (TV Series)' and 'Batman: The Animated Series.'
Anthony DeStefano's latest release is a beautiful way to explain Mary's changing appearance in apparitions.