The book that is wrecking me right now was recommended by a friend, who hasn’t even read it yet and I’m only 20 pages in and already writing a post!
I’m sharing some of my favorite books for Lent and ask you to share yours. And then pray I already own it so I won’t be tempted to buy it.
These Book Notes are taken from the book, Thirsting for Prayer, by Jacques Philippe. I consider him to be one of the greatest spiritual writers of our time. If questions about prayer dog you, today’s Book Notes and this book will calm you. And I think you’ll be surprised at some of the prayer advice.
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.”
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.