Media Shelf - Spring 2013

The Gift of Past Relationships

Through her book, Kristen Crockett ’98 (communication) enables you to explore who you are and what you need by examining the factors and characteristics that are important to you in a relationship.


Promised Land

On her new CD, Gina Forsyth ’87 (violin) reflects on American history and direction, blending compassion and irony with forthright lyrics and lines from the gospel church.

Dear Kate: Reflections on Risk and Rewards After the Storm

Brad Fortier ’96 (sociology) uses heartfelt letters to his young daughter to help the reader understand what living, giving, and wealth truly mean. His reflections put true prosperity in perspective—expanding the definition of wealth beyond quantitative assets and emphasizing the value of relationships, charity, and compassion.

To Have and Have Another: A Hemingway Cocktail Companion

With this Hemingway cocktail companion, Hemingway enthusiast and cocktail connoisseur Philip Greene, J.D. ’86, delves deep into the author’s drinking habits, offering recipes for drinks directly connected with the novels and the author as well as anecdotes about the man himself.



On his new CD, Matt Lemmler ’90 (piano) enlists the help of his New Orleans Jazz Revival Band, including musicians Brian Blade, Evan Christopher, John Ellis, Sean Jones, Jason Marsalis, Mark Mullins, Kim Prevost, Bill Summers, Shane Theriot, and the Ubuntu gospel choir, featuring George French and George Porter, Jr.

Advent to Pentecost: Comparing the Seasons in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Roman Rite

In his book, the Rev. Patrick Regan ’62 (education), OSB, compares the prayers and prefaces, readings and rubrics, and calendar and chants of the 1962 Missal with those of the Missal as it was revised following the Second Vatican Council, now in its third edition.


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