The author has told the team's story twice — first via a CNN article and after seeing reader comments that were both rewarding and disturbing, it turned into a book idea. "And I was off to the races," she wrote.
If we watch the news, watch talk shows, or read the internet happenings, we find great, abiding cynicism, profound cynicism.
This book is chilling reading. One wishes it were a novel rather than a factual recounting of the Nazi World War II slaughter of Jews in what was then the Soviet Union.
One thing we can truly know about the Rosary is that nothing about it is arbitrary.
"When you help a child today, you write the history of tomorrow." That quote by a priest-turned-sainthood candidate inspired a Catholic school art teacher to write a children's book about him.
Her second chapter book should be ready for "tween" readers this spring, particularly for those who enjoy dog characters.
For this Easter, Hahn tackles the mysteries of the Last Supper and the Cross so that we may better immerse ourselves in the most holy of seasons.
"Salvation history... is the story of God entering our world... most often through ordinary stuff," the authors write.
Related YouTube videos, available at wau.org/faithseries, also help guide readers.
It’s the Advent Season with Christmas nearing and, as the old cliché goes, everyone loves a good mystery! This season, we have a very good one in Fr. Dwight Longnecker’s, “Mystery of the Magi: The Quest to Identify the Three Wise Men.”