Archive for November, 2011

November 17, 2011 – Regina Doman

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Ken talks with author, editor, and publisher Regina Doman about her work, notably her series “The Fairy Tale Novels” There are currently five books in the series, The Shadow of the Bear, Black as Night, Waking Rose, The Midnight Dancers, and Alex O’Donnell and the 40 Cyber Thieves (all published by Chesterton Press) These popular novels are a modern retelling of classic fairytales and are written for teens and young adults. Regina also discusses several other books that she has edited, including the John Paul 2 High series.  To find out more about Regina visit www.reginadoman.com, to find out more about “The Fairy Tale Novels” visit www.fairytalenovels.com  Regina’s books can be purchased at www.chestertonpress.com/

November 10, 2011 – Jim Beckman

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November 10, 2011 Jim Beckman God, Help Me – How to Grow in Prayer Ken talks with Jim Beckman about his book God, Help Me – How to Grow in Prayer (published by Servant Books)

 You don’t pray, at least not regularly, and you don’t really know how. On the other hand, if God is who he says he is, and if he communicates with us through prayer, then clearly you’re missing out on something huge. Jim Beckman will not only introduce you to the wisdom and teaching of the Church regarding prayer, he will also provide tools that will help you achieve real intimacy with God. To find out more about Jim and his work, please visit www.ydiscipleleader.org His book can be purchased at http://catalog.americancatholic.org/Product.aspx?ProductCode=T16890

November 3, 2011 – Marcel LeJeune

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Ken talks with Marcel LeJeune about his book Set Free to Love – Lives Changed by the Theology of the Body (published by Servant Books) Marcel tells you the stories of lives transformed by Pope John Paul II’s teaching on the Theology of the Body.  Here you will find stories from Catholics in all walks of life – college students, married persons, and clergy. Each reveals how following teachings of the Theology of the Body brought about extraordinary change. If you are interested in writing to Marcel, find out more about his speaking engagements, or if you want to contact him to speak to your group, please visit www.TheCatholicEvangelist.com  His book can be purchased at http://catalog.americancatholic.org/Product.aspx?ProductCode=T16940