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Catholicism & Theology

Catechism of the Catholic Church The Spirit of Catholicism by Karl Adams Spirit and Forms of Protestantism by Louis Bouyer Christianity for Modern Pagans by Peter Kreeft The Lord by

History & Culture

The Great Heresies by Hilaire Belloc How The Reformation Happened by Hilaire Belloc Survivals and New Arrivals by Hilaire Belloc Christendom I: Founding of Christendom by Warren Carroll Christendom II:

Holy Men & Women

Something Beautiful for God by Malcolm Muggeridge Apologia Pro Vita Sua by John Henry Newman Journal of a Soul by Pope John XXIII The Long Loneliness by Dorothy Day St.

Literary Classics

Lord of the World by Robert Hugh Benson The Diary of a Country Priest by George Bernanos Hopkins: Poetry and Prose by George Manley Hopkins Don Quixote by Miguel de

Spiritual Reading

The Great Means of Salvation and Perfection by Alphonso Liguori Uniformity with God’s Will by Alphonso Liguori Spiritual Theology by Jordan Aumann Frequent Confession by Benedict Baur In Silence with

Spiritual Classics

Confessions of St. Augustine by St. Augustine Little Talks with God (modernized version of “The Dialogues”) by St. Catherine City of God by St. Augustine The Problem of Pain by

First Precept: You shall attend Mass

Precepts of the Catholic Church The Precepts of the Catholic Church are a description of the absolute minimum actions required of Catholics regarding the Church. The Church uses these precepts

Second Precept: You Shall Confess Your Sins

Precepts of the Catholic Church The Precepts of the Catholic Church are a description of the absolute minimum actions required of Catholics regarding the Church. The Church uses these precepts

Third Precept: Receive the Eucharist

Precepts of the Catholic Church The Precepts of the Catholic Church are a description of the absolute minimum actions required of Catholics regarding the Church. The Church uses these precepts

Fourth Precept: Observe the Days of Fasting

The Precepts of the Catholic Church The Precepts of the Catholic Church are a description of the absolute minimum actions required of Catholics regarding the Church. The Church uses these