CBB Review: The Creed

Throughout history the Church has used creeds to teach and declare her beliefs. She has used creeds to correct the wrongs of multiple heresies. Believers of today may only be familiar with the Nicene Creed but more have existed. Scott Hahn takes readers through a journey in Church history to explain the relevance and meaning of these creeds in his latest book The Creed: Professing the Faith through the Ages.From the days of the early church you will find various forms of creeds in use. “The r … [Read more...]

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CBB Review: Intimate Graces

I am always on the look out for Catholic books about marriage, and to my delight Intimate Graces: How Practicing the Works of Mercy Brings Out the Best in Marriage written by husband and wife team Teresa Tomeo (Pastore) and Dominick Pastore.... is a great one!The Pastore’s invite us into their marriage to explain “...all the ways God has transformed our lives through small, consistent acts of kindness and mercy that we have experienced within the island of mercy that is our marriage. By the m … [Read more...]

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CBB Review: RISEN

Risen is an epic film that is a pure joy to watch. From the stunning visuals of Jerusalem to the countryside journey to Galilee the producers of this film put great effort in creating visually accurate sets. The visuals were not as important as the story and after watching the film I can attest that the story is solid, believable and well written.The movie picks up immediately after the resurrection of Christ. Roman tribune Clavius is summoned by Pontius Pilate. As the movie unfolds you … [Read more...]

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CBB Review: The Little Oratory: A Beginner’s Guide to Praying in the Home

Review by Michele CraigThe peace and wonder and awe of the presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament.... ooooohhh.  The beauty of a Basilica, an exquisite piece of religious art, or an icon revealing the glory of God....aaaaahhh.  If only we could bring that peace, wonder, awe and beauty home with us.......We can!  The Little Oratory: A Beginner's Guide to Praying in the Home by David Clayton & Leila Marie Lawler with illustrations by Deidre M. Folley (Leila’s daughter)show us how!  … [Read more...]

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CBB Review: Little Sins Mean a Lot

You have likely guessed by now that I read a lot of books. On occasion I come across a book that speaks to me so loudly that I smack myself on the forehead….more than once. The book I am talking about is the latest from Elizabeth Scalia Little Sins Mean a Lot: Kicking Our Bads Habits Before They Kick Us. I must say that this is a book everyone should pick up and read as the message is one we all need to hear.As you work your way through the thirteen chapters in this book you will discover t … [Read more...]

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CBB Review: Doors of Mercy

Father Jeffrey Kirby and Brian Kennelly have a magnificent book on salvation history that does a couple of things. First, it gives readers scriptural examples of God's mercy given to His people throughout history. Second it uses that proof as a roadmap to show how we ourselves can channel the mercy we have received and pour it forth onto others. The book is called Doors of Mercy: A Journey Through Salvation History.Before going into what the book is about the makeup of the book must be … [Read more...]

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