Published by Harbor House Books of Augusta, Ga., this book tells the stories of four remarkable women and the faiths that guide them in a volume that also explores Holmes own search for spiritual mentors. The women featured hail from four states and three religions, including Christianity, Hinduism and Islam.
Cecile's first book, Witnesses to the Horror: North Carolinians Remember the Holocaust, was reported while she was working for the Greensboro News & Record in North Carolina.
Dawn Staley, Passionate and Purposeful
The USC Women’s Basketball Coach has a vision for her team and a methodology that makes it happen. ~ MORE
Jim and Tammy Faye:
A Cautionary Tale
Maybe it's because I grew up in relative affluence and did not suffer the deprivation of a child reared in poverty ~ MORE
Young Catholic Communicator Explores Francis’ Appeal to Millennials and Average Catholics
Sept. 29, 2015
PHILADELPHIA – Jamie Lynn Black, a twenty-something Catholic communicator, says Pope Francis’ appeal to everyday people echoes the charisma she saw in Pope John Paul II. ~ MORE
Professor, Journalist, Author and Workshop Leader
SUMMER CAMPS 2015
March 16, 2015
Hot, humid, sweltering. Not the best kind of weather for parents of energetic, but bored kids. ~ MORE
TIPS FOR PET OWNERS
Offering safety and solace to our furry friends, Midlands veterinarians share their best ideas ~ MORE