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This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touting Guildie Colleen Rooney’s book, Celebrating Advent and Christmas with Children: Food Celebrations with the Saints for Home and School. It is a SOA winner. Are you looking for a warm, inspiring book for … Continue reading
Monday, April 25th, we celebrated the feast of the St. Mark the Evangelist. Mark (sometimes referred to as John Mark) wrote the first and the shortest gospel. The Entrance Antiphon for the Mass that day was as follows: “Go into … Continue reading
This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Guildie Carolyn Astfalk’s book, STAY WITH ME. It is a CWG Seal of approval winner. Teaser: With the counsel of their friend Father John, can Rebecca and Chris overcome every obstacle and … Continue reading
This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Guildie Cynthia T. Toney’s book, 8 Notes to a Nobody. It has the Catholic Writer’s Guild Seal of Approval. Anonymous sticky-notes, a scheming bully, and a ruined summer send 14-year-old Wendy down … Continue reading
This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Guildie Deanna Klingel’s book, CRACKS IN THE ICE. It has the CWG’s Seal of Approval. Teaser: Gina Mangalli, niece of a mafia don, has a dream of Olympic Gold as a figure … Continue reading
Without their parents these kids made it anyway. How? Their Dad had given them faith in God and family. This month, the Catholic Writers’ Guild is touring Guild member Larry Petersen’s book, The Priest and the Peaches. It is an SOA … Continue reading
Her name is Laura and she is 24 years old. She is a healthy woman who lives in Belgium. She wants to die. Why does she want to die? Because, as she says, “Life, that’s not for me.” My initial … Continue reading
Don’t begin Lent without this book! When was the last time you journeyed through Lent as a family? Have you ever suggested praying, fasting, and giving alms together? Don’t think your family has the time to do these things? Not … Continue reading