The Common Good
March 2011

New and Noteworthy

by Julie Polter | March 2011

Reviews of The Living Wisdom of Howard Thurman, Standing in the Shoes My Mother Made, Somebody's Daughter, and This Sacred Moment.

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The Living Wisdom of Howard Thurman: A Visionary for Our Time is a six-CD collection of the recorded sermons, talks, and prayers of the theologian, educator, mystic, and author who influenced Martin Luther King Jr. and many others. With introductions by Vincent Harding, Alice Walker, and others. Sounds True

Sisters, Daughters, Prophets

In the collected lectures and articles of Standing in the Shoes My Mother Made, womanist theologian Diana L. Hayes explores the unique gifts of critique and hope that African-American women bring to the Catholic Church and Christianity as a whole. Fortress Press

Selling Our Own

With Somebody’s Daughter: The Hidden Story of America’s Prostituted Children and the Battle to Save Them, investigative journalist Julian Sher skillfully brings to light a national tragedy too often ignored. Chicago Review Press

Everyday Holiness

Spiritual director Albert Haase, OFM, distills deep insight and practical steps into a readable, warm welcome to living a life that is more Spirit-led in This Sacred Moment: Becoming Holy Right Where You Are. IVP Books

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