New Catholic Business Books for the Rest of Us

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Around 18 months ago, my husband asked me what Catholic business books there were. I found seven to recommend but I felt like there was something missing. The two books I’m sharing with you today fill that gap I felt before, but they do more than that: they apply to those of us who maybe don’t [Read More...]

Don’t judge a book by its title

Being part of the Amazon Vine program I eagerly scan through the books and other merchandise available for review when they send out their emails. Recently one book I saw was called Breaking Through: Catholic Women Speak for Themselves.  Seeing that title the thought that came to me was if there was one book that [Read More...]

Petronella Saves Nearly Everyone

Petronella Saves Nearly Everyone, by Dene Low, is a somewhat funny juvenile that reads like an odd cross between P.G. Wodehouse and Georgette Heyer. Petronella Arbuthnot, a young English lady of substance, is celebrating her sweet sixteenth in the opening years of the 20th century when her guardian, her Uncle Augustus, swallows a beetle from [Read More...]


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