• “Eat, Fast, Feast: Heal Your Body While Feeding Your Soul — A Christian Guide to Fasting” by Jay W. Richards. HarperOne (San Francisco, 2020). 352 pp., $19.99.

    <p>This is the cover of &ldquo;Eat, Fast, Feast: Heal Your Body While Feeding Your Soul &mdash; A Christian Guide to Fasting&rdquo; by Jay W. Richards. The book is reviewed by Kurt Jensen. (Photo by CNS)  </p>

    This is the cover of “Eat, Fast, Feast: Heal Your Body While Feeding Your Soul — A Christian Guide to Fasting” by Jay W. Richards. The book is reviewed by Kurt Jensen. (Photo by CNS)

  • This trio of novels with Catholic themes offers plenty of engaging wintertime reading.

    These are the covers of "A Clean Heart" by John Rosengren; "See No Evil: A Father Gabriel Mystery" by Fiorella De Maria; and "Sinner and Saint: A Novel of Francis of Assisi" by Eyre Price.

    These are the covers of "A Clean Heart" by John Rosengren; "See No Evil: A Father Gabriel Mystery" by Fiorella De Maria; and "Sinner and Saint: A Novel of Francis of Assisi" by Eyre Price. (CNS composite courtesy Mango Publishing, Ignatius Press, Blank Slate Books)

  • Dr. Delaney Ruston, a Stanford-trained physician, mental health advocate and award-winning filmmaker of the movie "Screenagers," has penned a comprehensive book that enables parents to...

    This is the cover of the book "Parenting in the Screen Age: A Guide to Calm Conversations," by Delaney Rustoni.

    This is the cover of the book "Parenting in the Screen Age: A Guide to Calm Conversations," by Delaney Rustoni. The book is reviewed by Allan F. Wright. (CNS photo courtesy Starhouse Media)

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