Author Myrtle Brooks’ love affair with the Big Apple served in 10 allegorical slices depicting everyday people experiencing miraculous events throughout the five boroughs. "The Sanctity of the Mails": observed in Heaven via the Brooklyn Post Office. A Staten Island-raised engineer who escapes city living, only to find the city within himself. A mysterious floor in a Queens apartment building reachable through attainment alone. Songs to New York crosses the threshold between impossible and occurrence: "Only in New York."
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In God's Canvas: An Exploration of Faith, Astronomy, and Creation, Fr. James Kurzynski explores how faith and science can and should be dialogue partners in the exploration of truth. Drawing upon his work as an author for The Catholic Astronomer, the official blog of the Vatican Observatory Foundation, Fr. Kurzynski explores the relationship between faith and science through the lens of his life as a Catholic Priest, the Pastor of a Parish and Newman Center, and as a hobby astronomer, artist, and musician. Through this lens, Fr. Kurzynski will explore core questions that he is often asked as a Priest.
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This collection of 19th-century essays explores Emerson's thoughts about transcendentalism, individualism, and romanticism. The centerpiece of the collection, Emerson's masterpiece "Self-Reliance", explains the need for individuals to avoid conformity and false consistency so that they will be able to follow their own instincts and ideas.
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Sugar! What's not to like? It's being touted as highly addictive and the biggest contributor to the current worldwide obesity epidemic. We used to think high in fat diet was to blame, so who's the real bad guy? This series takes on world-leading scientists and the food industry in an attempt to understand the truth about sugar.
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