Irish Episcopal Conference, (Veritas, €24/£19.99)
Planes: Fire and Rescue (G)
Capital in the Twenty First Century
The Beauty of God’s Presence in the Fathers of the Church.
Frederick Douglass in Ireland: The Black O’Connell
Looking at the Middle East as “the cradle of Christianity”
A selection for summer reading
Patrick Leigh Fermor is the justly famous author of some of the best travel books of the last century. This book is the final part, published posthumously, that rounds out his recreation of walking across Europe in the 1930s, begun in The Time of Gifts and The Way Through the Woods. His destination was supposed…
For the serious political buff this is the read of the summer. Whether Hilary Clinton will run for the White House remains a mystery wrapped in an enigma. This book recounts her experiences as American Secretary of State, dealing directly with the foreign affairs of the United States. This is one of the most sensitive…
For those still absorbed in the current of Irish politics Pat Leahy’s book about the inner tensions of the present coalition will make an absorbing read, as riveting as his account of Fianna Fail in Government as the economy collapsed. Not exactly escapist reading, but necessary perhaps.