If you’re wondering what Catholic minimalism may look like here’s my review and thoughts on, “Not Of This World: A Catholic Guide to Minimalism.”
I boldly share with my 2017 reading list. It’s long, over-eager and ultra-ambitious. Books to be read and this post to hold me accountable.
In today’s Nook Notes I share one of my favorite books–if I could have keep a handful of my books kind of favorite. Let’s talk about the book Mother Love: A Manual for Christian Mothers. This book is a a prayer book, book for Mass, catechism and instruction manual for mommas all in one.
Today I’m going to share my book notes from Divine Mercy for Moms. I really enjoyed this book, especially since we are in the Year of Mercy. I especially loved how the authors gave concrete examples of how mommas can live mercifully while staying true to their vocation–it’s not either or.
Today for our Book Club Time I’m going to tell you about a new Bible curriculum from Tan Homeschool, The Story of the Bible. It’s a keeper!
If you are looking for an encouraging read, a “New Year’s Resolution” read without the fluff of false starts and endless stops, Make it Happen: Surrender Your Fear. Take the Leap. Live On Purpose. should be on your teetering book stack now.