CHICAGO, February 19, 2021—The Illumination Book Awards announced that 17 Loyola Press books received medals in this year’s awards. Recognized books appeared in a wide variety of categories such as Christian Living, Holiday, and Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction, and more. Loyola Press titles received the gold, silver, and bronze medals in the Catholic and Education categories.
The full list of Loyola Press Illumination Book Awards in 2021:
The Center Will Hold by Christopher de Vinck: Gold
Ignatian Discernment of Spirits for Spiritual Direction and Pastoral Care by Mark E. Thibodeaux, SJ
Experiencing God in the Ordinary by William A. Barry, SJ: Silver
5 Things with Father Bill by Bishop Bill Byrne: Gold
On Love by Pope Francis: Silver
The Way to Manresa by Brendan McManus, SJ: Bronze
Teaching Students with Autism in a Catholic Setting by Deacon Lawrence Sutton, Ph.D.: Gold
Preparing Hearts and Minds by Joe Paprocki, DMin: Silver
Lord, You Called Me by Ricardo Grzona, FRP: Bronze
The Inner Chapel by Becky Eldredge: Gold
The Ignatian Guide to Forgiveness by Marina Berzins McCoy: Bronze
Helping Families Recover from Addiction by Jean Heaton: Gold
Spiritual Practices for the Brain by Anne Kertz Kernion: Silver
All In by Porter Moser: Silver
The Shepherd’s Story by Jimmy Dunne, Illustrated by Ivan Kravets: Silver
JUVENILE/YOUNG ADULT FICTION:
Shadow in the Dark by Antony Barone Kolenc: Gold
God’s Wonderful Word: Silver
The Illumination Book Awards are designed to recognize the best new titles written and published with a Christian worldview. Loyola Press books have been recognized by the Illumination Book Awards each year since 2016.
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