It’s that time of the year.
Now, here are some summer reading recommendations for 2021.
Anthony Esolen shares what the Western Hemisphere goes through when it dismisses God. At the same time, he offers a glimmer of hope on how we can avert this reality.
Robert Reilly offers a well-thought and researched case on why the principles that laid the foundation of America is on trial today. Reilly evens digs in on the genesis of many of the principles our founding fathers believed in. Much of which dates back to the Middle Ages.
The late Pat Conroy wrote this 2002 novel that spans 40 years, telling the story of Tom Wingo and his twin sister, Savannah. Both experience a dark tragedy in their lives. This novel is unforgettable and will make you finish it once you pick it up.
Lila Rose, the founder of Live Action, makes her debut as an author. Using first-hand experience, Lila connects it with how pro-lifers can fight for life.
Brad Miner examines the qualities and virtues of being a “gentleman”. He even shares the biggest virtue that is missing, particularly among men in the 21st Century, chivalry.
Archbishop Emeritus Charles Chaput gives us a timing and poignant book as we embark in a post-Christian society. His prolific writing, such as his previous works, is a page turner and it will make it hard to stop reading.
Carl Anderson’s many prolific writings and speeches were compiled into this ground-breaking book. The past Supreme Knight of the largest Catholic Global Fraternity known as the Knights of Columbus shares how our call to action for the protection of religious liberty is needed now.
The above mentioned will make great discussions, gifts, and even page turners.