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  • The Perfect Gift for Any Mom You Love!

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  • NOW Available!  WINE: Women In the New Evangelization offers its second, six-week scripture study, this time following the infancy and early years of Christ as seen through the eyes of Mary and other familiar and imagined women in the gospels.
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    “A book that grabs you and keeps your heart and soul engaged…a ‘must read’ for anyone who has struggled with illness or loss and yearning for a closer walk with the Lord.” – Dr. Sue Ann Gruver, Superintendent Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools (2008-2015) “A poignantly positive memoir…Walk with Rhonda as you face your own burdens and realize that when you follow God’s signs, you are never alone.” – Lisa M. Hendey, Founder, CatholicMom.com, Author of “The Grace of Yes” “A story of tenacity in the face of overwhelming odds…If you are facing illness of any kind or difficulties, whether it be physical or struggles of the heart, what she has to share will make a big difference in your life. Rhonda is an inspiration!” – Jeff Cavins, Founder, The Great Adventure! “Rhonda shines a light on carrying her cross that casts an encouraging and healing shadow on those who find themselves struggling under the weight of their own crosses… This book is a blessing…” – Kelly Wahlquist, Founder of WINE: Women In the New Evangelization, Author of “Created to Relate: God’s Design for Peace and Joy”
  • "Serious fun mixed with the joy of faith!" "What do you get when you cross Wonder Woman and Hermoine Granger with St. Katharine Drexel and St. Clare of Assisi? You'll have to read this unique book to find out! Maria Morera Johnson’s love of films is eclipsed only by her love of books. In her latest offering, Super Girls and Halos, she introduces a series of gutsy women who help us explore what is good in our own souls. Even though I’m not the science-fiction geek or literature professor that Johnson is, I loved her unexpected and eclectic pairings of intriguing heroines of the screen and the page alongside inspiring saints of the Church. This PG-rated mingling of fiction, films, and faith stories is a fab follow up to My Badass Book of Saints! It’s serious fun mixed with the joy of faith!"  ~Pat Gohn, Author of Blessed, Beautiful, and Bodacious "With wit and wisdom, Maria Morera Johnson pairs the excitement and adventure of fictional heroines with the integrity and tenacity of true heroines who walked this earth. This clever combination packs a punch, providing us with a powerful lesson on righteousness and inspiring us to live with the confidence needed to become virtuous heroines and heroic saints. A must-read for anyone looking to tap into her supernatural, God-given powers!" ~  Kelly Wahlquist, Founder of WINE: Women In the New Evangelization and editor of Walk in Her Sandals Find the Super Girls and Halos Book Club Conversation and Resources HERE!!
  • Available for Pre-order! Expected to ship mid-May in time for our 2019 Summer Book Club.
  • ORDER NOW! WINE online summer book club begins July 9, 2018! Here is a book to help you grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus through the cultivation of virtuous friendships. Perfect to do in a small group with friends in your community or online with friends around the world.
  • The Mother of Jesus is Wonderfully Real contains two things: a letter from a young girl, Isabel, who wonders if Mary is real, and a beautiful response from Father Paul Murray, O.P., whose answer is simple, powerful, deep, and true. Father Paul writes to the heart of Isabel, speaking directly to her, yet speaking to all of us, young and old.   Alyssa Bormes writes a foreword explaining the heartache of her young niece Isabel as she one day questioned the reality of Mary, and then the healing Isabel received from Father’s letter. Father’s beautiful words are accompanied by the captivating watercolors painted by Bernadette Gockowski. Her work enhances the book, which is already full of wonder. This is a book to give to every child you know – and one to be pondered in your own heart.
    • There is a dedication page for you to present it as a gift to someone you love
    • It is a hardcover book with a dust jacket, becoming an instant keepsake
    • The spiritual lessons of the book are breathtaking
    • Childlike wonder is accompanied by solid theology
    • This book is truly a study in God’s Truth, Beauty, and Goodness!
    Father Paul Murray, O.P. is an Irish Dominican and a poet. He lives and works in Rome, Italy, where he teaches the literature of the Western mystical tradition at the Angelicum University. His books include I Loved Jesus in the Night: Teresa of Calcutta, A Secret Revealed, and God’s Spies’ Michelangelo, Shakespeare, and Other Poets of Vision. His last book of poetry is Stories and Stars. Alyssa Bormes is an educator, author, speaker, and radio host. Alyssa is the aunt of Isabel, who wrote the letter to Fr. Murray. She teaches theology at Chesterton Academy of the Twin Cities, is the host of a weekly radio show, Catholic Kaleidoscope, on Radio Maria US, is a WINE writer, including Called by Name, and wrote The Catechism of Hockey. Bernadette Gockowski is a watercolor artist. After receiving her art degree, she served the Church for seven years before starting a family of her own. She works part-time as a portrait artist, art teacher, and cares for her three children at home.
  • The Mother of Jesus is Wonderfully Real contains two things: a letter from a young girl, Isabel, who wonders if Mary is real, and a beautiful response from Father Paul Murray, O.P., whose answer is simple, powerful, deep, and true. Father Paul writes to the heart of Isabel, speaking directly to her, yet speaking to all of us, young and old.   Alyssa Bormes writes a foreword explaining the heartache of her young niece Isabel as she one day questioned the reality of Mary, and then the healing Isabel received from Father’s letter. Father’s beautiful words are accompanied by the captivating watercolors painted by Bernadette Gockowski. Her work enhances the book, which is already full of wonder. This is a book to give to every child you know – and one to be pondered in your own heart.
    • There is a dedication page for you to present it as a gift to someone you love
    • It is a hardcover book with a dust jacket, becoming an instant keepsake
    • The spiritual lessons of the book are breathtaking
    • Childlike wonder is accompanied by solid theology
    • This book is truly a study in God’s Truth, Beauty, and Goodness!
    Father Paul Murray, O.P. is an Irish Dominican and a poet. He lives and works in Rome, Italy, where he teaches the literature of the Western mystical tradition at the Angelicum University. His books include I Loved Jesus in the Night: Teresa of Calcutta, A Secret Revealed, and God’s Spies’ Michelangelo, Shakespeare, and Other Poets of Vision. His last book of poetry is Stories and Stars. Alyssa Bormes is an educator, author, speaker, and radio host. Alyssa is the aunt of Isabel, who wrote the letter to Fr. Murray. She teaches theology at Chesterton Academy of the Twin Cities, is the host of a weekly radio show, Catholic Kaleidoscope, on Radio Maria US, is a WINE writer, including Called by Name, and wrote The Catechism of Hockey. Bernadette Gockowski is a watercolor artist. After receiving her art degree, she served the Church for seven years before starting a family of her own. She works part-time as a portrait artist, art teacher, and cares for her three children at home.
  • The Mother of Jesus is Wonderfully Real contains two things: a letter from a young girl, Isabel, who wonders if Mary is real, and a beautiful response from Father Paul Murray, O.P., whose answer is simple, powerful, deep, and true. Father Paul writes to the heart of Isabel, speaking directly to her, yet speaking to all of us, young and old.   Alyssa Bormes writes a foreword explaining the heartache of her young niece Isabel as she one day questioned the reality of Mary, and then the healing Isabel received from Father’s letter. Father’s beautiful words are accompanied by the captivating watercolors painted by Bernadette Gockowski. Her work enhances the book, which is already full of wonder. This is a book to give to every child you know – and one to be pondered in your own heart.
    • There is a dedication page for you to present it as a gift to someone you love
    • It is a hardcover book with a dust jacket, becoming an instant keepsake
    • The spiritual lessons of the book are breathtaking
    • Childlike wonder is accompanied by solid theology
    • This book is truly a study in God’s Truth, Beauty, and Goodness!
    Father Paul Murray, O.P. is an Irish Dominican and a poet. He lives and works in Rome, Italy, where he teaches the literature of the Western mystical tradition at the Angelicum University. His books include I Loved Jesus in the Night: Teresa of Calcutta, A Secret Revealed, and God’s Spies’ Michelangelo, Shakespeare, and Other Poets of Vision. His last book of poetry is Stories and Stars. Alyssa Bormes is an educator, author, speaker, and radio host. Alyssa is the aunt of Isabel, who wrote the letter to Fr. Murray. She teaches theology at Chesterton Academy of the Twin Cities, is the host of a weekly radio show, Catholic Kaleidoscope, on Radio Maria US, is a WINE writer, including Called by Name, and wrote The Catechism of Hockey. Bernadette Gockowski is a watercolor artist. After receiving her art degree, she served the Church for seven years before starting a family of her own. She works part-time as a portrait artist, art teacher, and cares for her three children at home.
  • In Who Does He Say You Are?, Catholic missionary and speaker Colleen Mitchell tells the stories of thirteen women from the Gospels and how they answer the crucial question of identity in the book’s title. With Mary as the ultimate example of intimate, transforming union, Mitchell weaves together moving anecdotes of her own search for identity as a Catholic woman along with accounts of women in Scripture that reveal the healing, grace, and purpose God has in store for all of us.
  • What if you could have been a witness to the events of the last days of Jesus' life--walking with him as he entered Jerusalem, observing his crucifixion, and embracing him on Easter? What would you have thought and done? How would you have been changed?
  • Understanding Why God Created Woman (6-week book club for small groups) Created to Relate explains the natural gift women have for building and maintaining life-giving relationships and reveals the key to living the Gospel fully and joyfully. Kelly Wahlquist shows how you can use your ability to build relationships as a way to lead others to Christ and provides practical tips to help you stay focused in the midst of the distractions and responsibilities that can lead to superficial connections.
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    Fr. John Bartunek, LC, S.TH.D
  •   Here is a book that will inspire a new outpouring of prayer for healing and holiness. This timely work proclaims the joy of prayer and wealth of grace entrusted to praying women.
  • Saying YES to God’s Plan for your Life (8-week book club for small groups) The Grace of Yes opens windows to pivotal moments of author Lisa Hendey’s own spiritual journey, and in doing so helps readers learn about belief, generosity, creativity, integrity, humility, vulnerability, saying no, and starting over, and shows how these virtues lead to generous living and the ability to joyously say yes to God. Our first step is to give God our Yes. This can be hard, but when we support and encourage one another, we find that saying Yes to all God has planned for us is exciting.
  • Delving into the Gifts of Womanhood (10-week book club for small groups) Blessed, Beautiful and Bodacious offers readers insight into the writings of Blessed John Paul II, which articulate four gifts unique to every woman: generosity, receptivity, sensitivity and maternity. With humor, faith, and the open-hearted tone of a trusted mentor, Pat Gohn shares how she became empowered to embrace her blessings, beauty, and bodaciousness, and how readers can do the same.
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    Written by the founder of Catholic Christian Outreach, Angèle Regnier shares practical, relatable, and humorous lessons about forgiveness, reconciliation, and mercy by weaving her own experiences with Church teaching, Scripture, scenes from films, real-life examples, and the witness of the saints. Forgiveness Is Key is the perfect book for anyone looking to learn more about God's forgiveness and mercy. It would be a great gift for anyone in RCIA, interested in learning more about the Catholic faith and anyone who has, in the past, struggled with Reconciliation.
  • Heidi Hess Saxton’s Advent with St. Teresa of Calcutta captures the humble yet faith-filled spirit of this great lady of Calcutta. Each day of the Advent seasons, readers are invited to pray, and to consider what they might offer the Lord as their gift to him during this Christmas season. St. Teresa’s example calls readers to consider how they might love more deeply, surrender more completely, and let go of all the things they do not need, so there is more room to receive from the Lord all he wishes them to have. For those who wander in darkness, St. Teresa of Calcutta is a true patron of joy yet to be discovered.
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