Ten or So Days Until March Book Club

Hi, see you March 12th … note that in May we’re meeting in the third instead of second week … below is the text of a handout for a Newcomer’s event I’m passing along to keep us on track (clearly, if you’re reading this, you already get the e-mail notices!). Do forward this to someone who might be interested! Happy Reading, Karla


The Parish Book Club meets one Monday night per month during much of the year and YOU are invited to come and visit!


Upcoming Meetings … in the one story Conference Center at 7:00 pm these Mondays:

  • March 12thWhere We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church by Henry C. Graham
  • April 9thReflections on the Psalms by C.S. Lewis
  • May 21stPraying the Rosary Like Never Before: Encounter the Wonder of Heaven and Earth by Edward Sri


Stay in Touch

  • Go to SESParishBookClub.org
  • Enter e-mail address at bottom of page
  • Confirm subscription
  • Get e-mail notices


Other Bookish Activities around the Parish for the 2018 Parish Focus: Year of the Mass seschurch.org/year-of-the-mass/

  • The Book Club highly, highly recommends The Lamb’s Supper by Scott Hahn
  • We really liked A Biblical Walk Through the Mass by Edward Sri; see the website for the upcoming study the Parish is conducting based on the same materials
  • Upcoming Easter Mass Free Book Giveaway; several Parishioners donate these books so you can have a copy: Understanding the Mass: 100 Questions, 100 Answers by Mike Aquilina


Questions? Karla Mulry, Book Club Coordinator 760.419.1826 | karlaart@yahoo.com

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Ten Day Countdown to Book Club

Hello Readers! Resuming Monday February 12th at 7:00 pm in the one storey conference center to discuss The Seven Storey Mountain by Thomas Merton.

If you’re pressed for time, suggesting focusing on the second half. I am reading this in terms of how the prayer and penance of a monastic community affects everyone / how everyone’s prayer and sacrifice, as well as sins, impact the whole.

March 12th is Where We Got the Bible: Our Debt to the Catholic Church by Henry G. Graham. It was written over a hundred years ago, which accounts for the speech-like tone and some asides that reflect the author’s time, not ours.

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