BOOKS RECEIVED: New and Repeaters

Publishers send me books. I can’t read all of them, but I can give them a good scan. Here are a few of the more recently received.

You will have already seen the book on Luther, which I wrote about HERE. I post it again because it is quite engaging and instructive. I’ve read a few of the essays now and haven’t been disappointed.

Luther and His Progeny: 500 Years of Protestantism and Its Consequences for Church, State, and Society

US HERE – UK HERE

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Angelico Press is doing good work.  Here is another title.  It looks good.

Fatima, the First Hundred Years: The Complete Story from Visionaries to Saints

US HERE – UK HERE

 

Hopefully this next title from Ignatius Press will give help to people afflicted with same-sex attraction.  I haven’t looked into this one yet, but Ignatius is reliable.  Even though they were founded by a Jesuit, they aren’t going to Martinize the issue, if you get my drift.

Why I Don’t Call Myself Gay: How I Reclaimed My Sexual Reality and Found Peace by Daniel Mattson

US HERE – UK HERE

Another from Angelico Press

A Line Through the Human Heart: On Sinning and Being Forgiven Paperback by James V. Schall S.J.

US HERE – UK HERE

Great summer reading.

 

 

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One Response to BOOKS RECEIVED: New and Repeaters

  1. beelady says:

    I haven’t read the book by Daniel Mattson but I have heard him speak and he is excellent and faithful to the teachings of the church.
    His brother,Steve is a fantastic priest who celebrates Mass ad orientium and provides kneelers for those who wish to receive the Eucharist on the tongue.
    Please pray for both men and don’t hesitate to try the book.