Biography & Memoir
I'M STILL HERE by Austin Brown
An eye-opening account of growing up Black, Christian, and female in middle-class white America.
A PLACE IN THE WORLD by FRANCES MAYES
A testament to the power of place in our lives that reflects on the idea of home, from the earliest imprint of four walls to the startling discoveries of feeling the strange ease of homes abroad, friends’ homes, and even momentary homes that spark desires
ANGELS IN OUR MIDST
Angels In Our Midst is an inspirational coffee table book sharing the stories behind renowned artist Anne Neilson’s journey with the Angel Series, which began in 2003...has yielded incredible stories of hope, encouragement and joy, transcending the pages
Light of Assisi: The Story of Saint Clare by Margaret Carney, OSF
This book will introduce St. Clare of Assisi to those who do not know her and those who wish to know her better. It leads the reader from Clare's birth to her death
Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light: The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta
Compiled and presented by Fr. Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C., who knew Mother Teresa for twenty years and is the postulator for her cause for sainthood and director of the Mother Teresa Center.
THE MIND IN ANOTHER PLACE: MY LIFE AS A SCHOLAR by LUKE TIMOTHY JOHNSON
The author shares his own story and reflects on the nature of scholarship showing how this vocation has changed over the past half-century and where it might be going in the future.
THE LONGEST GOODBYE by HELENA FARRELL
This cautionary tale will fascinate people from their twenties to their seventies. This is not the usual story of romance, love, marriage, and deceit but an introspective into life's choices, with its consequences and its learning lessons.
A SEVERE MERCY BY SHELDON VANAUKEN
A heart-rending love story described by its author as “the spiritual autobiography of a love rather than of the lovers” about the author’s marriage and search for faith.
Pope John Paul II: A Tribute
Great pictures of St John Paul's entire life and his biography is included as well as other info.
GOOD ENOUGH by Wendi Nunnery
Learning to Let Go of Perfect for the Sake of Holy. After years of meeting all the expectations set for a “good” Christian girl and suffering from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, eventually Wendi learned her value was fixed. Finished. Holy.
Celebrant's Flame: Daniel Berrigan in Memory and Reflection by BILL WYLIE-KELLERMANN
Daniel Berrigan (+2016+) is most notorious for dramatic anti-war actions at a Catonsville draft board and a Pennsylvania nuclear weapons plant in the ‘60s and ‘80s.
WHEN THE HEART SPEAKS, LISTEN by LERITA COLEMAN BROWN
When Lerita Coleman, a 41-year-old single, African-American psychology professor, learns she has only 18 months to live without a heart transplant, anxiety overwhelmed her. The daunting challenge of medical procedures, medications and the unknowns of losi
THE OLD U(VA) AND I 1961-1965 by FRANK BRIGGS
The author lays the foundation in his account of his own life as a student during the last years of the "Old U"-a period that came to a natural end.
Desmond Tutu: A Spiritual Biography of South Africa's Confessor by MICHAEL BATTLE
The first biography of its kind about Desmond Tutu, this book introduces readers to Tutu's spiritual life and examines how it shaped his commitment to restorative justice and reconciliation.