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December 8, 2006 at 10:23 pm #1510About Catholics TeamKeymaster
If everyone could reply with their favorite Catholic books and music (and anything else Catholic) it would be greatly appreciated.
These are things you like yourself and might consider buying (for yourself or for others) or already own.
You’ll see the reason for this in a few days. Thanks!December 12, 2006 at 1:54 am #7531AnonymousInactive
[color=indigo:3b4349mq][b:3b4349mq]Book:[/b:3b4349mq] Holiness – a guide for beginners by Dom Hubert Van Zeller
[b:3b4349mq]Band:[/b:3b4349mq] Casting Crowns
[b:3b4349mq]Movie:[/b:3b4349mq] The Passion of the Christ by Mel Gibson[/color:3b4349mq]December 12, 2006 at 5:51 pm #7536AnonymousInactive
Books: Theology for Beginners by Frank Sheed. Confession: The Doorway to Forgiveness by Jim Forest.December 26, 2006 at 9:38 pm #7628AnonymousInactive
[color=indigo:r5rmkoxq]I don’t think Casting Crowns is Catholic. I don’t know of any Catholic bands. Anyone here care to list any they know of? [/color:r5rmkoxq]January 1, 2007 at 5:10 am #7629About Catholics TeamKeymasterJanuary 13, 2007 at 5:56 pm #7674AnonymousInactive
The Imitation of Christ
Brevarium Romanum, not simply as a prayer, but the sermons of great Popes, and Early Church Fathers, who explain the Scripture readings for the day or week, as well as the Saint of the day are contained in the reading.
Catholic Evidence Training Outlines, originally a Sheed and Ward book republished a couple years back. A wonderful Apologetics text that is a very comprehensive guide to explaining the Faith. It was originally used to train lay street apologists who spoke at Hyde Park in London and Time Square in Australia. From the 1920’s to the 1950’s they brought thousands into the Church
More to the list laterJanuary 13, 2007 at 8:39 pm #7678AnonymousInactive
The Imitation of Christ is one of my favorites too. I try and read at least on section a day.May 22, 2007 at 5:31 am #8360AnonymousInactive
The Dialogues of St Catherine of Sienna and The Way of Perfection (St Teresa of Avila).
The one that I learned a lot from was the Summa Theologica of St Thomas Aquinas.
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