What does our Catholic faith teach us about eating well? Some of us eat too much food. Or we eat too little. Often, we eat without gratitude, without charity, without respect. But, as award-winning author Emily Stimpson Chapman explains in The Catholic Table: Finding Joy Where Food and Faith Meet, with a sacramental worldview, the supernatural gift of God’s grace can transform and heal us through the food we make, eat, and share.
About the Author
Emily Stimpson Chapman is a freelance Catholic writer based in Steubenville, Ohio. Her books include The American Catholic Almanac: The Patriots, Saints, Rogues, and Ordinary People Who Changed America, These Beautiful Bones: An Everyday Theology of the Body, and The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide for the Single Years. A contributing editor to Our Sunday’s Visitor, her writing has also appeared in First Things, the National Catholic Register, Catholic Digest, and elsewhere. She writes regularly about faith, hospitality, and food at her blog, The Catholic Table.
Praise for The Catholic Table:
“Emily Stimpson Chapman’s personal experience combined with her intelligent, powerful writing style creates a book that will help many people see food as the gift from God that it is.”– Jennifer Fulwiler, Bestselling author of Something Other than God
“The Catholic Table is a delicious, soul-nourishing read.”– Kate Wicker, Author of Weightless: Making Peace with Your Body
Book dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5