Saint Isaac and the Indians

by Milton Lomask This book was about one of the North American martyrs Saint Isaac Jogues. He was a Jesuit that journeyed from France to Quebec in hopes of bringing Christ to the natives of North America. The Hurons agreed to let him live amongst them, so he traveled the arduous journey to their village…

Emma

by Jane Austen While trying to decide what to read next, I came across the trivia tidbit that the movie Clueless was based on Jane Austen's Emma. I'm not at all embarrassed to admit that – coming of age in the 90's – I loved the movie Clueless. I am also not at all embarrassed…

All One in Christ

by Edward Feser I bought this book because I had an inkling as to what Critical Race Theory was but I definitely didn't have the knowledge necessary to have any sort of conversation on it. This book has excellent information about where the Church has stood on slavery, immigration and, of course – Critical Race…

Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know

by Joseph Pearce This was an excellent book! It was like a mini-literature course taught by a professor that you love. Mr. Pearce starts back in antiquity with Homer and Virgil and works his way up to the 20th century with a truncated, though informative synopsis of the great works, their authors and why Catholics…

The Mysteries of Life in Children’s Literature

by Mitchell Kalpagian I loved practically every sentence of this book. To read this book is to be immersed in the world of children and everything that they are – my favorite of all worlds. The author takes us through the mysteries of lifewishesluckgoodnesstruthbeautychildrenplayfriendshiphomenatureDivine Providencestories as each is illustrated in children's literature. How the virtuous…