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Thursday, June 14, 2018

- Mother of Christ Crusade’s Our Lady of Fatima Precious Little Book by Joao de Marchi (D1218): Published in 1947, this book contains the very important message of the Mother of Christ to the world. What happened in Fatima, Portugal proclaims the miracle. It is the presage of what the Immaculate Heart has prepared for the world.

- Gaudete Et Exsultate: Rejoice and Be Glad by Pope Francis (D7428): Apostolic Exhortation of the Holy Father Francis on the call to holiness in today’s world.

- If I’m a Christian, Why Be a Catholic: The Biblical Roots of Catholic Faith by James Hanson (D1219): How the Bible supports the Catholic faith over just being a Christian.

- Catholics and Protestants: What Can We Learn from Each Other? by Peter Kreeft (D1220): Kreeft invites the reader to explore often contentious issues with respect for both perspectives, and with genuine hope for resolution and reunion.

- Go into the Streets! The Welcoming Church of Pope Francis edited by Thomas P. Rausch, SJ and Richard R. Gaillardetz (D1221): This book calls on ten distinguished theologians to explore the ecclesial vision of the first pope from the global South. Key chapters also explore the tension between the church universal and local churches, Francis’ understanding of the importance of popular religion, and his particular vision of social justice.

- Growing Old Gratefully by William J. Byron, S.J. (D1222): As we reflect on our lives, we develop a personal spirituality that sustains us as we grow older. Far from shutting down our life and waiting for death, Growing Old Gratefully provides hope and presents a roadmap for navigating the challenges and adversities that are yet to confront us in the elder years. As Christians, it affirms that death is not what we are moving toward, it’s what we are coming from.

- Maximilian Kolbe: No Greater Love by Boniface Hanley (D1224): Kolbe was a deeply spiritual, heroic Franciscan priest, who in living the Gospel built a vast publishing network, worked for years in the missions, faced down the evils of Nazism and Communism, and who finally gave his life for another in the death camp at Auschwitz in 1941.

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