1. Arts and Faith: An Opera Diva Who Sings in Church

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    Margaret Felice, a Boston-based opera singer, finds singing informs and deepens her faith. Learn more about Margaret in Loyola Press's series Arts and Faith: http://www.arts-and-faith.com

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    • Recipe for Joy: Finding Faith, Following Love and Feeding a Family

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      http://www.loyolapress.com/recipe-for-joy.htm There were three things Robin Davis said she'd never do: she would never move back to Ohio, never get married, and never join an organized religion. Today, thirty-something Davis is a wife and stepmother in Ohio, and a converted Catholic. In Recipe for Joy, published by Loyola Press, Davis shares her stories of food, faith, and family life, and discovers how "food" is the language she can speak when stepping into unfamiliar territory.

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      • "40" Episode 14: The Thing in the Bag

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        Series Finale... 40 is a thrilling post-apocalyptic drama. Seven strangers appear to be the only survivors of a mysterious, calamitous event: Los Angeles is empty, devoid of people. No sign remains of family, neighbors or coworkers. No space ship hovers over the city, there are no zombies or flesh-eating viruses. Just seven strangers, who share the same iridescent blue mark on the shoulder, a tiny, precise square of color that wasn't there yesterday. Were they chosen? Or have they been culled? By whom? For what purpose? Visit the official website to learn more at http://40theseries.com Their search for answers leads the seven to an even greater mystery. Why do they suddenly feel compelled to leave the safety of the city for an unknown destination? And why does the number 40 exert such power over them? Why are they being drawn towards whatever 40 represents with such compulsion, such longing? 40 is also a Lenten allegory. 40 can stand on its own as a rewarding viewing experience. Because it's structured as a Lenten allegory, 40 also provides fertile ground for prayer, conversation, meditation and study. Exile and journeying, loss and grief, hunger and thirst, mortification and fasting, sin and redemption, the path through the desert and the way of the Cross—all are dramatically "mirrored" by the story unfolding onscreen. http://40theseries.com/reflections provides access to "what's beneath" each episode. Click on "Reflections" or the "Reflections Archive" to access past episodes and you will be presented with a wealth of commentary, scriptural references, prayers, poetry, prose and music, specially curated by the writer and producers to augment your experience. 40 is an innovative tool for observing Lent. Download episodes on your home computer for family viewing. Catch the latest episode on your Smartphone during lunch. Explore the wealth of supplementary material at your own pace or use Twitter and Facebook to share your insights with friends. At home, at work or in the classroom—40 is the perfect compliment to your Lenten experience.

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        • "40" - Episode 2: A Big Enough Boat

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          The seven strangers find a safe home in the form of an office building to ride out their journey as they continue to uncover the mystery behind "40" and each other... 40 is a thrilling post-apocalyptic drama. Seven strangers appear to be the only survivors of a mysterious, calamitous event: Los Angeles is empty, devoid of people. No sign remains of family, neighbors or coworkers. No space ship hovers over the city, there are no zombies or flesh-eating viruses. Just seven strangers, who share the same iridescent blue mark on the shoulder, a tiny, precise square of color that wasn't there yesterday. Were they chosen? Or have they been culled? By whom? For what purpose? Visit the official website to learn more at http://40theseries.com Their search for answers leads the seven to an even greater mystery. Why do they suddenly feel compelled to leave the safety of the city for an unknown destination? And why does the number 40 exert such power over them? Why are they being drawn towards whatever 40 represents with such compulsion, such longing? 40 is also a Lenten allegory. 40 can stand on its own as a rewarding viewing experience. Because it's structured as a Lenten allegory, 40 also provides fertile ground for prayer, conversation, meditation and study. Exile and journeying, loss and grief, hunger and thirst, mortification and fasting, sin and redemption, the path through the desert and the way of the Cross—all are dramatically "mirrored" by the story unfolding onscreen. http://40theseries.com/reflections provides access to "what's beneath" each episode. Click on "Reflections" or the "Reflections Archive" to access past episodes and you will be presented with a wealth of commentary, scriptural references, prayers, poetry, prose and music, specially curated by the writer and producers to augment your experience. 40 is an innovative tool for observing Lent. Download episodes on your home computer for family viewing. Catch the latest episode on your Smartphone during lunch. Explore the wealth of supplementary material at your own pace or use Twitter and Facebook to share your insights with friends. At home, at work or in the classroom—40 is the perfect compliment to your Lenten experience.

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          • Jesuit Leaders Reflect: Loyola Press Publisher, Fr. Paul Campbell, SJ

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            Founded in 1912, Loyola Press has committed itself to producing resources for faith formation, education, and spiritual growth. National Jesuit News recently spoke with the Loyola Press Publisher, Jesuit Father Paul Campbell about the evolving ministry of content publishing.

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            • Pam Coster on Lent

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              Pam Coster, board member of Loyola Press, talks about what Lent means to her this year.

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              • "Heroic Living" by Chris Lowney

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                You wake up one morning and realize that the life you’ve dreamed of has eluded you. You sense that there is something better, something bigger, waiting out there for you, but you can’t quite put your finger on what it is. You know fame and fortune aren’t the answers to true satisfaction in life… but, then, what is? The answer lies in discovering and following your “mighty purpose” – a reason for living that is so much bigger than yourself that it transforms you, your relationships, and the world as a result. To begin living the life that’s BETTER than the life you’ve imagined, visit www.loyolapress.com/heroicliving This is a book tralier for "Heroic Living" by Chris Lowney. Published by Loyola Press. Shot on a Sony EX1 at 60i. Edited in FCP and color corrected in MBL.

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