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Recent Reads: Amazing Fiction and Saintly Brilliance

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I miss my reading binges, but with a holiday weekend ahead, I have hope. (It’s pretty much unfounded hope, mind you. I still have an infant and tons of things to catch up on.) Lately, the reading I’ve been doing has been for endorsement (the blurby...
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3 Great Kids’ Books on Saints

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Over at the Register, I have my thoughts on three new kids’ books on saints: Adventures in Assisi, The Life of Saint Benedict, and A Boy Who Became Pope. Check it out. (And I have hopes of returning to blogging here someday soon. Or tomorrow. We’ll see.)
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St. Nicholas of Tolentino, pray for us!

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On the afternoon of September 10, a friend of our family went to the hospital for some bleeding she was having. A bit of background: she was pregnant with twins, 26.5 weeks pregnant, to be exact. Yesterday, I found out that the twins were born....
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Another Saint to “Light the Night”

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A few weeks ago on Facebook, one of my friends shared that he entrusts cancer patients to Blessed Chiara Luce Badano. I already dedicated my “Light the Night” walk to St. Peregrine, who’s the official patron of cancer, but I couldn’t help but look up...
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My Sisters the Saints: A Book Review

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I’m always a little scared, lately, when I agree to read something that is either biography or memoir. Though they can be well-done (and often are), they can also represent a genre that, well, sends me packing and screaming and launching a book across the...
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