Best Religious & Liturgical Dramas & Plays Books

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1. Young Mistress: Countryside Love – Western Romance : Cowboy Romance Contemporary

Author: by Molly Maco
June 13, 2021

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Hardy, an adventurous cowboy leaves behind the herd and the trail, and the dangers. He wants to settle down to the countryside. In his search for a place to call home, He finds a castle by the river, complete with a ranch and many farmhand going for a ridiculously cheap price.

Hardy wants to settle down to a boring countryside life, but love won’t let him be, when he ends up falling in love with the young mistress of the house. He must fight her demons if love is to have a chance, she is in danger of a curse from her past that has killed every one in her family, leaving her the only survivor.

When Alicia welcomes a potential buyer to her father’s house, expecting him to leave the next morning after hearing rumors of the curse. He does not, and that unexpected event becomes a catalyst of a thrilling love adventure – before he wakes up to find her gone, missingThis is the countryside love

2. The Jeweler's Shop: A Meditation on the Sacrament of Matrimony Passing on Occasion Into a Drama

Author: by Karol Wojtyla
Ignatius Press
96 pages

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O, THE OPRAH MAGAZINE “10 Titles to Pick Up Now” February 2018AWARD-WINNING CREATIVE NONFICTION BIOGRAPHY1885 – 1914 Mary Fields, a fifty-three-year-old second-generation slave, emancipated and residing in Toledo, receives news of her friend’s impending death. Remedies packed in her satchel, Mary rushes to board the Northern Pacific.

Days later, she arrives in the Montana wilderness to find Mother Mary Amadeus lying on frozen earth in a broken-down cabin. Certain that the cloister of frostbit Ursuline nuns and their students, Indian girls rescued from nearby reservations, will not survive without assistance, Mary decides to stay.

She builds a hennery, makes repairs to living quarters, cares for the stock, and treks into the mountains to provide food. Brushes with death do not deter her. Mary drives a horse and wagon through perilous terrain and sub-zero blizzards to improve the lives of missionaries, homesteaders and Indians and, in the process, her own.

After weathering wolf attacks, wagon crashes and treacherous conspiracies by scoundrels, local politicians and the state’s first Catholic bishop, Mary Fields creates another daring plan. An avid patriot, she is determined to register for the vote.The price is high.

4. Open Wounds: Nursing A Broken Heart : Western Romance – Cowboy Romance Contemporary

Author: by Molly Maco
December 3, 2020

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Dean left everything he knew behind, the day he buried his wife and daughter due to his law enforcement career. The pain of losing his family is still too much guilt for him to bear. After years in a bottle, and living a life he once thought was only for losers, he is now one of them until a rancher befriended him, giving him a job and purpose once again.

Now, as the lead man on a massive Colorado ranch, he lives a quiet, ordinary existence still trying to silence the ghosts of the past. When his employer starts to exhibit failing health and requires surgery, the nurse hired to help will shake up everything.

Is there hope that his damaged heart might actually start to beat once again after all these years? Lexi is smart, sassy, and determined to be the best nurse, having finally fished her degree. She was the primary caregiver during her mother’s extended terminal illness and is looking for a new change.

Moving halfway across the country for a six-month contract, she is hoping to pay down student loans with a huge salary, as well as catch her breath for whatever comes next. She had not expected to find a broken, gorgeous ex-police officer in charge of the ranch.

5. Memento Mori

Author: by Jane Morris
420 pages

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A modern-day reimagining of the lives of the Pre-Raphaelite artists and the women they painted obsessively and fiercely loved. Beautiful and strong-willed Jane meets her match in enigmatic artist Gabriel. He immediately challenges her assumptions about art, life, and love.

And for Gabriel’s enormous ego, Jane represents an exhilarating yet exasperating game he refuses to lose. When Jane’s brilliant but nave friend Lizzie insists on accepting Gabriel’s dinner invitation, they are swept into a circle of passionate artists who reside in an old Gothic mansion.

Jane embarks on a life-changing journey of desire, romance, despair, and self-discovery as she becomes the muse for Gabriel and his friend and rival, Will. A desperate inner battle wages within Jane, who is drawn in by Gabriel’s magnetic personality and gorgeous looks, yet equally as captivated by Will’s kind heart and steadfast devotion.

Underneath an immersive and dramatic world is a deeper storyline, as Jane and Gabriel can’t fight the nagging feeling that they have done this all before. Fates collide as lovers and friends become entangled in past, present, and future. An artistic, genre-crossing tale, Memento Mori will appeal to both history and romance lovers alike.

6. Saint Joan: A Play

Author: by George Bernard Shaw
April 9, 2019

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The great Irish playwright’s impassioned dramatization of the life and trial of Joan of Arc. Three years after Joan of Arc was canonized in 1920, George Bernard Shaw brought to the stage a more complex and human portrayal of the fifteenth-century French martyr, creating one of the theater’s most memorable and enduring female roles.

Already renowned for plays such as Pygmalion, The Arms and the Man, and Major Barbara, Shaw presented Saint Joan as A Chronicle Play in Six Scenes and an Epilogue. The play begins in February 1429 as a visionary peasant girl feels called to lead a French army against the English in the Hundred Years War in order to install Charles VII, the dauphin, to the throne.

Rallying the troops, Joan plays a pivotal role in the siege of Orlans and in the crowning of Charles at Reims Cathedral. The play culminates with Joan’s trial for heresy after she is captured by opposing forces and ultimately condemned and burned at the stake.

Through the device of an epilogue, Shaw dramatizes the reevaluation of Joan through a retrial a quarter century after her execution that clears her of heresy to declarations of her as a Christian martyr and ultimately almost five centuries after her death, her canonization as a saint.

7. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (Script)

Author: by Barbara Robinson

Samuel French, Inc.
50 pages

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Comedy / All Groups / 4m, 6f, plus 8 boys and 9 girls In this hilarious Christmas tale, a couple struggling to put on a church Christmas pageant is faced with casting the Herdman kids – probably the most inventively awful kids in history.

You won’t believe the mayhem – and the fun – when the Herdmans collide with the Christmas story head on! This delightful comedy is adapted from the best selling book and the only story ever to run twice in McCall’s Magazine.

“An American classic.” -McCall’s

8. The Sandman, Vol. 6: Fables and Reflections

Author: by Neil Gaiman

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The critically acclaimed THE SANDMAN: FABLES AND REFLECTIONS continues the fantastical epic of Morpheus, the King of Dreams, as he observes and interacts with an odd assortment of historical and fictional characters throughout time. Featuring tales of kings, explorers, spies, and werewolves, this book of myth and imagination delves into the dark dreams of Augustus Caesar, Marco Polo, Cain and Abel, Norton I, and Orpheus to illustrate the effects that these subconscious musings have had on the course of history and mankind.

9. Oedipus Rex: A Play (The Oedipus Cycle Book 1)

Author: by Sophocles
May 5, 2020

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A king tries in vain to avert a horrific fate in this epic tragedy, widely considered a masterpiece. Oedipus was warned that his destiny is for him to kill his father and marry his mother. So he fled his home and has now become the king of Thebes, taking the throne after the death of its previous occupant, Laius, and marrying his widow, Jocasta.

But just as Laius long ago labored to defy a prophecy and ultimately failed, so will Oedipus, in this masterpiece by the great tragedian of ancient Greece.

10. Living a Life of Fire: An Autobiography

Author: by Reinhard Bonnke
E-R Productions, LLC
660 pages

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This book tells the amazing life’s story of Reinhard Bonnke, who is one of the most fascinating Christian leaders of our times. Included are full color, fold-out, photos spanning the life and ministry of Reinhard Bonnke. It is a captivating read and filled with powerfully moving stories about men and woman who were saved, delivered, and literally rescued from certain death.

It documents the astounding number of salvations, over 70 million in the last decade alone, through the ministry of Reinhard Bonnke. It includes an intriguing examination on the doctrine of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and Bonnke’s practical application – his life of fire.

11. The Purgatory of St. Patrick

Author: by Pedro Calderon de la Barca
116 pages

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Two of the dramas contained in The Purgatory of St. Patrick are the most celebrated of all Calderon’s writings. The first, “La Vida es Sueno”, has been translated into many languages and performed with success on almost every stage in Europe but that of England.

So late as the winter of 1866-7, in a Russian version, it drew crowded houses to the great theatre of Moscow; while a few years earlier, as if to give a signal proof of the reality of its title, and that Life was indeed a Dream, the Queen of Sweden expired in the theatre of Stockholm during the performance of “La Vida es Sueno”. Saint Patrick was a fifth-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland.

Known as the “Apostle of Ireland”, he is the primary patron saint of Ireland, along with saints Brigit of Kildare and Columba. He is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church, the Lutheran Churches, Anglican Communion, the Old Catholic Church and in the Eastern Orthodox Church as equal-to-the-apostles and Enlightener of Ireland.

12. Agnes of God

Author: by John Pielmeier
Samuel French, Inc.
76 pages

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Drama / Characters: 3 FemalesSummoned to a covent, Dr. Martha Livingstone, a court-appointed psychiatrist, is charged with assessing the sanity of a young novitiat accused of murdering her newborn. Miriam Ruth, the Mother Superior, determindly keeps young Agnes from the doctor, arousing Livingstone’s suspicions further.

Who killed the infant and who fathered the tiny victim? Livingstone’s questions force all three women to re-examine the meaning of faith and the power of love leading to a dra

13. Alicia's Heart: Countryside Love – Western Romance : Cowboy Romance Contemporary

Author: by Molly Maco
June 13, 2021

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Hardy falls in love with Alicia only waking up one morning to find the bed empty. He goes in search of this young woman that has turned his settling down into a pleasurable love affair. When Alicia finally returns, she is not the same as she left.

Her heart is promised to another man, and she intends to keep that promise. Hardy must fight for Alicia’s heart… Before Alicia almost falls too deep for Hardy, she realizes that whatever she loves is destroyed. In a desperate act to save him, she decides to marry her promised, a man twice her age.

Their marriage will avert the curse, or so she thinks. Not until she discovers the truth behind the curse from overhearing the farmhand talking… She must overcome them if she must live.