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Lent is a great opportunity to take stock of our spiritual and emotional lives. Here are some of my favourite resources that help with that process. ...read more
Read Allyson Kenny's review of this memoir by monk and poet, Br. Paul Quenon, OCSO, resident of Gethsemani Abbey and former novice of Thomas Merton. ...read more
Read this review of Living Gently in a Violent World, a book of reflections from L'Arche founder Jean Vanier and theologian Stanley Hauerwas. ...read more
Read about Barking to the Choir - a book of stories and reflections from Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ, founder of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles. ...read more
Read Allyson Kenny's top 10 favourite quotes from God Is Young: the brand new English translation of Pope Francis' book, out on October 2nd. ...read more
Read Allyson Kenny's review of Dawn Eden's book on using the example of the saints to find healing, not just for sexual abuse, but for all wounds. ...read more
Allyson Kenny looks at Hurting in the Church, one book among many that might help us to cope with the recent scandals that have come to light this summer. ...read more
Read Allyson Kenny's review of "Room 24: Adventures of a New Evangelist," Katie Prejean McGrady's memoir of teaching religion in an American school. ...read more
Read Allyson Kenny's review of Go Bravely, a timely book for young women on how to live out authentic femininity and faith. ...read more
Read Allyson Kenny's review of Fr. Rob Galea's new book, Breakthrough: A Journey from Desperation to Hope. ...read more