New Books May 2013
Stop by the library if you are interested in these new books or something else for summer reading. We have more new books to put on the shelf soon, so stay tuned!
Nuts & Bolts: A Practical, How-To Guide for Explaining and Defending the Catholic Faith by Tim Staples. This book has step-by-step answers to questions people ask you, or you may be asking about the Catholic Church. Find it in the Apologetics section.
Revelations of Divine Mercy: Daily Readings from the Diary of Blessed Faustina Kowalska by George W. Kosicki, C.S.B. “These daily readings will lead you to rediscover the great mercy of God through the diary of Blessed Faustina Kowalska.” (from the back of the book) Find it in the Catholic Faith section.
Draw Near to Me, O Lord: Heartfelt Prayers for Everyday Life by Francis Cardinal Arinze. (Prayer Section)
Blessed by Our Brokenness: Finding Peace in the Challenges of Aging and Illness by Anne Field, OSB (Grief Section) This book is to help “find peace and purpose in life by extending God’s kingdom on earth through our losses, not in spite of them.”
Mass Confusion: The Do’s and Don’ts of Catholic Worship by James Akin. If you want to know lots of little details about the Mass, this is the book to read!
Don’t forget that we have that great new video series Catholicism by Fr. Robert Barron, plus the accompanying book by the same title.