Saturday, May 19, 2012

Get Serious!

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Father's day is approaching. This book may very well be the perfect gift for a father in your life. It's written by a holy Catholic priest and pastor who is a personal friend of mine.

Here are a few of the book's endorsements:

“It is an inspiring yet practical, catechetical yet simple, and substantive yet understandable manual for all Catholic Christians who want to grow in their faith by encountering the Lord in a continual relationship of conversion.”– Deacon Keith Fournier, Catholic Online

“I think it’s safe to say that Father James is more than a little fed up with the current state of affairs in our world and even in the Church; upset enough to not sit back and just moan about it, or worse yet, give up. Instead, this author took the time to craft a book in which he lovingly and practically gives us the tools to truly live the faith and carry out our duties as Catholics.” – Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle, author and EWTN TV Host

“Father Farfaglia's insightful book on spiritual development covers a wide terrain and could just as easily have been called "True Catholic Life.” - Michael H. Brown, Spirit Daily

“In a time when people are thirsting for straight talk Fr. Farfaglia gets right to the point.  In no nonsense language, that especially young people are looking for, he gives a quick diagnosis and cure for the insanity of our times.”   - Fr. Sam Medley, SOLT

“If ever there was a time in the history of the Catholic Church when a small book like this one was needed, it is now.” - Judie Brown, American Life League

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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Coming this fall!

For ALL Catholic women! Coming this fall!
Book description from the publisher: In this heartfelt and sincere volume, Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle shows why she is so beloved by her readers, viewers, and listeners. Using stories and experiences from her own life she shows that being a faith-filled Catholic woman does not mean one is perfect. It means that in the midst of parenting difficulties, marital problems, economic hardships, sickness—or whatever challenge life may bring—one finds strength in Christ and in the wisdom and community of the Church. Beginning with a woman’s sense of identity and vocation, Cooper O’Boyle reflects on the presence of Christ in every aspect of a woman’s life—as the source of her dignity, her strength, and her joy. Drawing from scripture, the treasury of Catholic spirituality, and her own favorite prayers and devotions, Cooper O’Boyle guides her readers to become women of prayer, women of compassion and strength in relationships, and women of heart for those in need.

In a warm and conversational tone she highlights how the sacraments, the virtues, prayer, Mary and the saints, the works of mercy, and various devotions and practices all offer women grace and guidance for their lives. Original prayers and discussion points for groups likewise contribute to making this an invaluable resource.


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