Below are the books that I read in 2010. Those that I did not finish will remain in my sidebar and be included in my 2011 personal reading list.
The Christian Mother: the Education of Her Children and Her Prayer by Rev. W. Cramer, translated by a Father of the Society of Jesus
This book would be appropriate as a wedding gift or as a gift for young mothers.
The Eternal Galilean by Fulton J. Sheen
Philothea; Or an Introduction to the Devout Life (Tan Classics) by St. Francis de Sales
This is the second or third time that I have read this book. It is excellent!
The Song at the Scaffold: A Novel of Horror and Holiness in the Reign of Terror by Gertrud Von Le Fort
I will most likely reread this book. One of the many things that struck me was the fact that during (or immediately prior to) the French Revolution, the government forced the nuns to dress in lay clothing. I could not help, but reflect on the fact that today, some nuns actually choose to not wear a habit.
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