A Catholic Home - Breakfast dash

My kids were terrible when it came to eating breakfast before school. Yes, we knew that the morning meal is the most important of the day. I probably told them a million times. But I admit it: My three sons preferred to hunker down in bed as long as possible.

Thought-provoking books on an everyday topic

"Table of Plenty: Good Food for Body and Spirit" by Susan Muto. Franciscan Media (Cincinnati, 2014). 160 pp., $15.99.
"Epic Food Fight: A Bite-Sized History of Salvation" by Father Leo Patalinghug. Servant Books (Cincinnati, 2014). 176 pp., $17.99.

Reviewed by Nancy L. Roberts

These two slim paperbacks serve up substantial food for thought about the sacredness of the family dinner table.

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