6 thoughts on “Author Spotlight no.354 – Kay Murdy

  1. Carmen Anthony Fiore says:

    Considering the direction that the liberal progressive “anything goes as long as it feels good” concept toward acceptable behavior in the USA, every women should read the Mary’s story as presented by the author. Maybe it might help in reassessing our lax attitude toward morals; and just maybe it might help get the point across that reckless and inappropriate behavior should be unacceptable. Like, stop with the “who are we to judge others” people-control approach in trying to shup up any and all disagreement by the religious and conservative contingents in the USA.

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  2. morgenbailey says:

    Message (via email) from Marcy Evans:

    What a wonderful book. It allows you to walk with Mary and Jesus in such a human way. You see Mary as this human being that could be your next door neighbor. It is one book I will not part with and will read again and again. It brings the Bible alive.

    I bought this book for a friend of mine. When she read it, she called and asked me to get another one for her because wants to give it as a birthday gift to her friend.

    I’m not very savvy about the internet so I don’t know if this is where I should write a comment (feedback) but just feel I need to let you know Kay’s book is wonderful.

    Marcy Evans

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  3. Loretta Casey says:

    Kay Murdy’s novel(midrash), SONG OF THE DOVE, is a beautiful way to travel with the Holy Family the path of Jesus and His mission of redemption. The story is told through the thoughts and memories of Mary, His Mother. As one reads this story, one becomes a part of Jesus’ journey from the Annunciation to the Resurrection. The gospels come alive and bring the reader into the feelings and reactions of the characters. If one has studied the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, this is what one endeavors to learn to do – to allow one’s imagination to become intimate with Jesus and feel the passion, pain, and love of Jesus, Mary, Joseph and those who walked with Him on His path of salvation for us. . It is a great book to stimulate one’s meditation and contemplation of the 20 Mysteries of the Rosary. These mysteries are a beautiful way to walk with Jesus, talk with Jesus, and be one with Him. It is a book that can be re-read many times.
    Loretta Casey

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