Each week in the Last Week in Life
I suggest and list new books and music.
Here is a List of those Books and Movies.
As is for July and August.
You might find something you want to read or listen to.
Just click on the Link.
Published July 11, 1960
Millennial Nuns: Reflections on Living a Spiritual Life in a World of Social Media by
How To Be Happy: Saint Thomas’ Secret to a Good Life by Matt Fradd
Saint Dominic’s Way of Life: A Path to Knowing and Loving God by
Blue Collar Apologetics: How To Explain and Defend Catholic Teaching Using Common Sense, Simple Logic, and the Bible by
Light from Light by
How to Destroy Western Civilization and Other Ideas from the Cultural Abyss by
The Catholic Guide to Miracles: Separating the Authentic from the Counterfeit by
Kung Fu Antipopes and Other Strange Stories by Paul Leone | Jul 3, 2021
The Shadow by
Hold My Beer: An Apocalypse (Paperback Only) by
The Pull of the Stars by
Dead Wednesday by Jerry Spinelli
Providence Blue: A Fantasy Quest by
The Case of the Murderous Dr. Cream: The Hunt for a Victorian Era Serial Killer by Dean Jobb
The Life-Changing Science of Detecting Bullshit by John V. Petrocelli
The Reading List by Sara Nisha Adams
There’s a Hole in my Bucket: A Journey of Two Brothers by Royd Tolkien
An inspirational, life-affirming memoir from the great-grandson of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Books Promiscuously Read: Reading as a Way of Life by Heather Cass White
Blue: In Search of Nature’s Rarest Color by
American OZ: An Astonishing Year Inside Traveling Carnivals at State Fairs & Festivals: Hitchhiking From California to New York, Alaska to Mexico by
The Secret History of Food: Strange but True Stories About the Origins of Everything We Eat by
New Tunes In The Jukebox Baby
Enrico Caruso was the first major recording star. He started making records in Milan in 1902 and continued until September, 1920. In 1907, with the aria Vesti la giubba from the opera Pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo, he sold one million copies. Core ‘ngrato, the song inspired by his intense but tormented relationship with the Florentine soprano Ada Giachetti (1874-1946), was recorded by the singer in 1911 and received immediate success and acclaim.-The First Major Recording Star was a Catholic – OnePeterFive
A Little Space – Pentatonix ft. ATEEZ
Now For Something Completely Different
Anyone – Justin Bieber (Piano & Cello Cover) The Piano Guys
Live song release, What Would Jesus Do. 2021LisaMarieNicole
And This Guy is still singing also.
Donny Osmond – Who (Official Video)