God does indeed work “in mysterious ways,” and the Parish Book Store has just the book to demonstrate. The Abbey: A Story of Discovery is a novel about how God works in our lives. Written by the Rev. James Martin, a Jesuit priest and author of Jesus: A Pilgrimage, the novel presents touching, recognizable characters who through their struggles encounter the divine. Come in and browse our other titles. While you are here, buy a bilingual book for the Diocese’s Eastern Shore Latino Ministries—time is running out!
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
In The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying, Nina Riggs chronicles her year of Living “with death in the room,” having received a diagnosis of aggressive, untreatable cancer. Rather than a book about dying, this is a book about “the richness of love and its power to uplift and sustain us.” Come in and find other inspirational books. While you are here, be sure to purchase a bilingual book for the Diocese’s Eastern Shore Latino Ministries.
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Wednesday, July 5, 2017
The Parish Book Store Book Group’s next book to discuss is Marcus Borg’s only novel, Putting Away Childish Things. His characters wrestle with issues of religion today & what it means to be an American Christian in a time of major theological & political conflicts. The Book Group won’t meet until September, so you will have lots of time to read the book & form an opinion. While you are at the Book Store, don’t for get to purchase a bilingual book for the Diocese’s Latino Ministries on the Eastern Shore.
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
While we can’t be physically present in Ireland with our pilgrims, we can share in their experience of Celtic wisdom & spirituality through resources at the Parish Book Store. We have The Everything Celtic Book of Wisdom; Christ Beside Me, Christ Within Me: Celtic Blessings & Celtic Spirit: Daily Meditations for the Turning Year. As you peruse our books, don’t forget to purchase a bilingual book or books for the Diocese’s Eastern Shore Latino Ministries.
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Monday, June 19, 2017
School is out, and the camp season begins! Send your camper off with the “right stuff”: a wooden cross necklace, a book to read during quiet time (Skylark, Stealing Home, The Book Thief, The Boarding School Mysteries to name a few of our titles), a “guardian angel” to pin on a backpack, and note cards to write home. We also have Bibles and Prayer Books. While you are here, select a bilingual book for our Eastern Shore Latino Ministries.
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Wednesday, June 14, 2017
For these very contentious times, the Parish Book Store has Anne Lamott’s newest book, Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy, in which she explains “the importance of mercy in our lives, the extraordinary power it can have if we are open to it, and the unexpected value of sharing it with others and with ourselves.” We have other titles by Lamott as well. While you are here, select a bilingual book for the Eastern Shore Latino Ministries.
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Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Celebrate dads on June 18 with a gift, card or book from the Parish Book Store. Among our titles are With Dad on a Deer Stand: Unforgettable Stories of Adventure in the Woods, Dad’s Own Cookbook and Be Prepared: A Practical Handbook for New Dads. While you are here, remember to purchase a book for the Latino ministry on the Eastern Shore.
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