Tuesday, June 28, 2016
The Best Catholic Books You Haven't Read...Or Colored!
Lots of adults are returning to their childhood roots and have taken up coloring. It is soothing, it is even healing. Stations of the Cross: An Adult Coloring Book brings it all together: beautiful renderings by Fr. KyNam are accompanied by Scripture and prayers written by Kathryn Mulerink OCDS.
Speaking of healing...Dr. Helen Scieszka's mission is healing. The hurts she heals aren't the ones we see--or often even know exist. They are the emotional wounds that haunt us. The wounds that we push deep down and do our best to ignore. Yet, despite our best efforts, they really do affect us on a daily basis. Like a broken leg left untended, our emotional wounds cause us to limp through life.
But that doesn't have to be the case and Dr. Helen has gathered up her experience in her practice and put pen to paper to offer a trilogy that, deep within the pages, offers hope and healing to all of us.
The Little Girl Lost, Little Girl Found trilogy is meant to be a piece of the slow, gentle, loving healing that so many of us need.
Or maybe you are an Alpha male looking for ways to reclaim your masculinity within the Catholic faith. The two aren't mutually exclusive and Jared Zimmerer's Man Up! shows us that in his critically acclaimed book which has been featured on EWTN.
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