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Wise Irish Women: A Journey of Love, Loyalty, and Friendship to Inspire the Irish Spirit brings together the voices of thirty-six women and their stories covering everything from Irish charm, Irish luck, and Irish love of family, to Irish gumption. “I witnessed the strength and character of the Irish from an early age,” says Patricia Connorton Kagerer, who co-authored the book with her cousin Laura Prendergast Gordon.
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In a small town in 1960s Ireland, a teenage boy is killed in a dreadful accident. His sister, his mother, and a man who is a neighbor, each recalling her or his own life as permanently marked by the absolutely senseless death of the lad, paint in painful but hopeful brushstrokes their versions of the intertwining of love and loss and how the former makes the later endurable.

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 Over the last thirty years Thomas Kennedy has quietly established a reputation as a novelist of rare grace and vision. Yet American readers and critics may not know his name for the simple reason his fiction has largely been unavailable in America.

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There is a widespread disillusionment among Christians today. As so many teachings and practices seem irrelevant to the deepest yearnings of the human soul, how do we reconcile our institutional religious traditions with our human neature to embrace a deeper spirituality?

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 When Bonnie McEneaney's husband, Eamon, died in the attacks on the World Trade Center, she thought she had lost him forever. And then something unexpected happened that would shake her to the core and reassure her that her husband was still with her. As Bonnie reveals in this groundbreaking book, she began to have experiences that convinced her that her husband, in spirit, was sending her signs, indeed messages, that he was still present and watching over his family.

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 A personal memoir from the family that inspired the film Extraordinary Measures, starring Brendan Fraser, Harrison Ford, and Keri Russell—a father’s story of his determination to save the lives of his two youngest children born with a rare genetic disorder and finding hope, strength, and joy despite extraordinary challenges.

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An Inspirational Memoir of Growing up Catholic in the 1960s. In this memoir, Parish the Thought, John Bernard Ruane shares the evolution of his faith as he grows up in a blue-collar neighborhood, attending a Catholic grammar school and serving as an altar boy.
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Being raised “old school” in a traditional Irish-Catholic household with a no-nonsense mother and a traditional, old-fashioned father, Renee’ Gatz had a lifetime of hearing their various expressions—profound, funny, and even sarcastic. Without realizing it, these expressions stayed with her and came back to her at the appropriate moments in her life to help her laugh, understand, or survive.

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 This memorable collection of personal stories from locals, tourists, and people of Irish descent allows readers to experience all the magic and beauty of the Emerald Isle. Each story offers a unique look at the country and culture of Ireland- from its breathtaking landscape and friendly people to its rich traditions of food, drink, music, literature, and more.

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