Oct 11, 2021
We Catholics know that the three theological virtues are not only “very important.” They are our only path to salvation. All the other virtues will shine on Christians more or less based on education, nature, occasion, particular vocation and so on. But those three… we will go to Heaven by those three.
Enter the trilogy of "The Weight of a Mass: A Tale of Faith;" "Take it to the Queen, a Tale of Hope;" and "Portrait of the Son, a Tale of Love," written and adapted by Josephine Nobisso.
Nobisso is a veteran in the field of children's books. In 2000 she was named "Distinguished Graduate" by the National Catholic Educational Association. For the fascinating, dreamlike illustrations of the first two books, Nobisso teamed up with Hungarian illustrator Katalin Szegedi, who in 2001 won "The Most Beautiful Children 's Book Prize " from the Society of Hungarian Publishers and Distributors.
For the third book of the trilogy, Nobisso teams up with one of the best contemporary Catholic illustrators, Theodore Schluenderfritz, who provides his own unique style and beauty, but without breaking the elegant continuity of the collection.