Ave Maria Press is pleased to participate in the Columbus Catholic Women’s Conference.
Sonja Corbitt, author of Unleashed, is a featured speaker at the conference. In her book, which is also an online Bible study, Sonja testifies that prayerful and regular study of the scriptures is the key to hear the voice of God, to see the Holy Spirit at work even in times of suffering, and to receive all the graces God wants to give.
Ave is featuring a number of other uplifting and resourceful books at the CCWC, including:
Pray with Me—Have you ever struggled to figure out how to help your children learn to pray? Grace Mazza Urbanski, director of Children’s Ministry for the Apostleship of Prayer, offers practical advice on how to help children find opportunities to pay throughout the day. Using warmth, humor, and passion, she draws on personal experience to show how families are brought closer together through deeper contact with God.
Word by Word—Catholic author, speaker, and Ohioan Sarah Reinhard compiled brief reflections from forty of the most popular Catholic voices, including Lisa M. Hendey, Lisa Mladinich, and Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle. Each wrote about a profound and unique piece on one word of the Hail Mary to help you slow down and understand one of the most important prayers in the Catholic tradition.
Intimate Graces—Perfect for the Year of Mercy, this book—written by Teresa Tomeo and her husband, Dominick Pastore—invites couples to enrich their marriage by practicing the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy. Through their own story and that of other married couples, Tomeo and Pastore demonstrate how reciprocating the works of mercy brings out the best in a marriage.
The Four Keys to Everlasting Love—written by Karee and Manuel P. Santos, MD, the book will be released by Ave Maria Press on April 8 and is now available for preorder. It explores how applying the wisdom of the Catholic faith to marriage can free us to experience deep, lasting, and soul-satisfying love. The Santoses draw on real-life stories, scripture, and the timeless wisdom of St. John Paul II to help you celebrate the sacrament of marriage without downplaying the difficulties of married life. In doing so, they will inspire you to stay in love with each other, Christ, and the wisdom of the Church.