Judging a Book by Its Cover

I just received in the mail two brand new titles from BlueBridge Books, an imprint of United Tribes Media. One is entitled The Great Medieval Heretics: Five Centuries of Religious Dissent, by Michael Frassetto. The other one is entitled The Gift of Years: Growing Older Gracefully, by Sr. Joan Chittister. Publishers do these things, and […]

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Rescuing Children from “Gay” Adoption

Earlier this week, in a post entitled “Fatal Attractions,” I recommended One Man, One Woman: A Catholic’s Guide to Defending Marriage by Dale O’Leary. She masterfully exposes common myths surrounding homosexuality, including the falsehoods that people are “born that way” and that “ten percent” of the population is homosexual. Since O’Leary is, after all, a family rights […]

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Fatal Attractions

I’ve been reading a book by award-winning Catholic journalist Dale O’Leary entitled One Man, One Woman: A Catholic’s Guide to Defending Marriage (Sophia, 2007). For many years O’Leary has been an internationally known advocate of family rights, and in this volume she brings her considerable talent to bear on the issue of “gay marriage,” and in doing […]

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Pope’s New Book a Beautiful Meditation

I just read Pope Benedict XVI’s latest book, Jesus of Nazareth. This is a theological and pastoral work that has the real Jesus jumping off the pages of the Gospels. While this book is not an exercise of his papal Magisterium, Benedict the teacher and evangelist demonstrates the reliability and reasonableness of the Gospels, simultaneously […]

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