--Elizabeth Scalia, First Things
Fifty-nine meditations (the number of beads on a traditional rosary) on Mary by a superb writer. She possesses a poetic sensitivity for images that express what words alone can't.
--Marianist Father James L. Heft, National Catholic Reporter
Intellectually stimulating and visually stunning, Full of Grace is a timely work of reflection. . . a vivid portrait of the Virgin Mary both as a biblical figure and as a beacon of inspiration.
Scared child. Proud parent. Beloved icon. Soul sister. In her startlingly beautiful new book . . . Dupré uses each of these phrases to describe the Virgin Mary.
----Cathleen Falsani, The Dude Abides blog
Intriguing . . . eccentric . . . an astonishing range of images . . . [Dupré] writes with lyricism and insight.
--The New York Times