Watch: To the Wonder

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Directed by Terrence Malick (Redbud Pictures, 2013)


Read: The Vatican Diaries

By J. Peter Nixon| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
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By John Thavis (Viking, 2013)


Read: Rebuilt: The Story of a Catholic Parish

By Antionette Thomas| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
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By Michael White and Tom Corcoran (Ave Maria, 2013)


Listen: Hummingbird

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Local Natives (Frenchkiss Records, 2013)


Watch: Quartet

By Patrick McCormick| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
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Directed by Dustin Hoffman (Weinstein Company, 2012)


Book Marks: New releases on NCAA basketball, ancient religions, and sacred texts

By Caitlyn Schmid| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
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Here are some interesting new book releases for April:

April 2013
Ramblers: Loyola-Chicago 1963—The Team That Changed the Color of College Basketball

By Michael Lenehan


Read: Together on Retreat

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By James Martin, S.J. (HarperOne, 2013)


Listen: The Invisible Way

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Low (Sub Pop Records, 2013)

The release of a new Low album often feels like an unexpected gift. Not that all of their albums are unqualified masterpieces, but each of them contains a few gems that remind you of the evocative and poetic power of good songwriting.


Watch: Promised Land

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Directed by Gus Van Sant (Focus Features, 2013)


Read: Not Less Than Everything

By Bryan Cones| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
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Edited by Catherine Wolff (HarperOne, 2013)


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