Friday, May 20, 2011

“(Summer) Reading indeed has made many saints”

I hope that the summer break has started well for all of our GW Catholics! Each one of you should be doing some spiritual reading this summer; 5-10 minutes a day, at least. Sacred Scripture is most preferred; reading a chapter of one of the Gospels each day might work well for you. In addition, below are some suggestions for your summer reading which are either new books or classics. If bloggers have any other ideas, please leave a comment with them. Have a safe, fun, and faithful summer!

“Reading indeed has made many saints” – author unknown

Beginner / Intermediate

1. Made for More by Curtis Martin, Ascension Press.

2. Burst by Kevin Wells, Servanti Books.

3. The Mass by Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Doubleday.

4. Prison to Praise by Merlin Carothers.

5. St. Catherine of Siena by Raymond of Capua, TAN Books.

Intermediate / Advanced

1. Jesus of Nazareth Part II by Pope Benedict XVI, Ignatius Press.

2. Introduction to the Devout Life by St. Francis de Sales, TAN Books.

3. The Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis, various publishers.
4. Confessions of St. Augustine, various publishers.

5. True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin by St. Louis de Montfort, Alba House.


Christina said...

I'm trying to work on Jesus of Nazareth Part I, but I've only gotten through the foreword so far. I hear it's good, but it already seems like it's going to be dense.

Anonymous said...

St Augustine's City of God

Olivia said...

"Life of Christ" by Fulton J. Sheen