Ordinary schoolgirls face a terrible fate: abuse, forced marriages, and even death at the hands of Islamic extremists.
Can John save the Statue of Liberty and keep from getting kicked off the team and out of the Academy?
A deep, honest story of emotional struggle, temptation, and sacrifice.
The mist that settles over San Francisco hides the ugly parts of her world. Can Kristine find the courage to see with unclouded eyes?
Stories from the front lines of the Church’s mission to protect Brazilians farmers from theft and greed.
A young girl goes pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago on behalf of her brother and finds her place in the world.
Belloc was known as a Catholic polemicist with a vicious talent for skewering his opponents. Anyone struggling to persevere as a Christian in the fields of journalism or media should read him. His children’s books have an acerbic humor that will appeal to bored veterans of political correctness, especially teens.
A table built by the grandfather of Jesus Christ survives the darkest moment in history to bring peace to a widowed musician
Jotham may be the slowest of Jesus’ disciples, but through him, we come to see not just with our eyes, but also with our hearts.
How reading fiction became a crucial step in my conversion to the Catholic Church.