Number of pages: 128
Witty, insightful and elegantly written, Small Things is a collection of short essays on finding faith and hope in the minutiae of life.
From weather to motherhood, saints to feast days, Turcotte’s reflections challenge us to be attentive to the hand of God active and present in our lives. Accessibly written and thoroughly engaging,
Small Things will appeal to readers everywhere and be a source of conversation among friends and book clubs alike.
Gerry Turcotte, Ph.D., is the president of St. Marys University in Calgary, Alberta. The author of more than 15 books, including Flying in Silence and Border Crossings: Words & Images, he was awarded both the Governor Generals Award for Canadian Studies and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal in 2011. He has also been a regular columnist for Western Catholic Reporter.