Book Club Short List & Meeting Reminder (Aug 2018)

See you tonight, August 13th, for St. Joseph: The Man Who Raised Jesus by Fr. Gary Caster, 7:00 pm, one story Conference Center off the lower parking lot. We meet second Mondays; upcoming mtgs in Sept, Oct, and Nov, and then we’ll pick up again in January.

Here are some future reading ideas. We’ll pick a few at our meeting:

>>>Big Thinkers (longer, deeper books, maybe for January after the break)

The Lord by Romano Guardini

Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton

In Soft Garments, Knox


I Burned for Your Peace: Augustine’s Confessions Unpacked, Kreeft

Enter Assisi: An Invitation to Franciscan Spirituality, Bodo travelogue element

Second Greatest Story Every Told, Fr. Gaitley — April for Easter / Divine Mercy

Faith of Our Fathers, Aquilina on patristics

Stages on the Road, Undstet (maybe for January?)

St. John of the Cross, Fr. Evans

The Art of Being a Good Friend, Black on saints

Joan of Arc Twain or Belloc or local author MacCarthy

>>Current Issues

The Art of Forming Young Disciples, Fritz


Pope Fiction, Madrid

Father Benedict: The Spiritual and Intellectual Legacy of Pope Benedict XVI, Day

Rich in Mercy or other encyclical

Jason Evert Saint John Paul The Great: His Five Loves

>>Supernatural Self-Help

Overcoming Sinful Anger, Fr. Morrow

Love Is Patient, But I’m Not: Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist, Christopher West

The Catholic Guide to Loneliness, Kevin Vost

It’s Okay to Start With You, Hogan “self-care” in a Catholic lens

Not of This World: A Catholic Guide to Minimalism, Jaquith or Making Room For God: Delcluttering and the Spiritual Life, Sperry

>>Weighty Messages in a Lighter Reading Package

One Beautiful Dream, Fulwiler

Church, Aquilina and one other on Church architecture

Tattoos on the Heart, Fr. Boyle


Diary of a Country Priest, Bernanos … on Kindle


Mary in the Bible and Our Lives, Fr. Stinissen — May


13 Powerful Ways to Pray, Tobin

21 Ways to Worship, Flynn on adoration





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