From a reader…
Father, my wife and I are expecting our first child, and I wondered if you could recommend any good, solid books for new Catholic fathers please?
I’ll open this to the readership.
Meanwhile, I received a good book for the other kind of “new Fathers”. This is the collection of Ratzinger/Benedict’s sermons on priesthood. Marvelous. Get one for your parish priests and seminarians.
Also, I recently picked this up for my KINDLE. I saw it during my visit to the SEAL Museum in Florida.
Of course I fully realize that not all babies are male… but…
Also, there are a number of great books about appreciating boys as boys.
I can’t imagine the challenges of raising children today. Surely it has always been hard work. However, today – being today – it has to be harder now than ever before to raising children. Especially daughters. There is so much twisting of reality bombarding them from every direction. How do parents navigate? I am sure that many of you have some good tips.
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