Tag Archive for books

Kaufer’s 2015 Gift Guide!

Looking for some last-minute presents with which to express your affection this Christmas? Look no further than here at Kaufer’s! We have a wide selection of items available to help you celebrate with your loved ones, from music which soothes the soul to desserts which…

Children’s Book Review Roundup

The Sisters of the Last Straw books by Karen Kelly Boyce are effervescent little comic mysteries set in a convent full of ladies whose personal shortcomings have proved too much for other religious orders to handle. The five (and later…

Review: The Action Bible

Graphic novels occupy a strange place in our literary landscape. While award-winning classics such as Watchmen and Maus have established them as a medium for serious art, many people still instinctually dismiss them as mere entertainment. Comic books, for some, retain…

Review: Fearing the Stigmata

To be Catholic and in one’s twenties is to be something of an anomaly, if our current cultural landscape is to be believed. The occasional Theology-on-Tap group notwithstanding, there is a dearth of media from the Church directed toward those…

The Face of God

“The Face of God: The Rediscovery of the True Face of Jesus; On the Holy Face of Manoppello” by Paul Badde. Best-selling journalist, historian and author Paul Badde embarks on an exciting quest to discover the truth behind the Holy…

Are We Virtuous? What are Virtues? Pope Benedict XVI tells us!

What are virtues, and how do we become virtuous? Pope Benedict’s new book, “The Virtues” will answer those questions, and bring us closer as we continue on our journey toward God, and our relationship with Him.  This is one of…

Of You My Heart Has Spoken

“Of You My Heart Has Spoken” is a book of selected columns written by Archbishop-elect J. Peter Sartain. Issued in March 2005 on the occasion of his fifth anniversary as bishop of Little Rock, this compilation is truly a window…

Christmas is Coming…………Very Soon!!!!!!

Is it too early to even think about Christmas? If you went back about 10 years and asked me that question, I would had said….. undoubtedly, absolutely YES!!!!!!! But now, here I am in retail, and we start thinking about Christmas…

“The Story of a Soul” by St. Therese of Lisieux

Millions have been touched by St. Thérèse’s desire to be a humble, “little flower” that would be a delight to God’s “eyes.” Her autobiography was first published in 1897 after her death at the age of twenty-four. Combining charming descriptions…