Whatcha readin'?

Well, put it down and pick up something over at the Patheos Book Club!

Elizabeth Scalia offers an introduction to what’s new this month:

From today until October 15, the Patheos Book Club will be taking in-depth looks at three books, Father Robert Barron’s Catholicism: a Journey to the Heart of the Faith, Brandon Vogt’s The Church and New Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops Who Tweet, and Richard J. Foster’s Sanctuary of the Soul; a Journey into Meditative Prayer.

Throughout the next two weeks, the book club will be rolling out reviews and roundtable discussions on all of these books, and they will be sure to pique your interest. Look for contributions by some of your favorite writers.

Check out what else she has to say, and drop by the Book Club for more.  See you in the stacks!

"I think I would have been happier had the CDF handled the nuns the way ..."

Vatican challenges “interpretation” of cardinal’s remarks ..."
"Blaming "Islamics" for this is like blaming the Pope for the Holocaust Denial of Hutton ..."

One killed, 44 injured in Catholic ..."
"It smacks to me of hyper-sensitivity, a veiled spiritual and intellectual pride, with regards to ..."

Pope Francis: “A Christian who complains, ..."
"Oh, no, we never change our mind, and we always agree, even on points of ..."

Vatican challenges “interpretation” of cardinal’s remarks ..."

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!

What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment

2 responses to “Whatcha readin'?”

  1. I’m reading Fr. Baron’s book on Catholicism and Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. The Achebe book has nothing to do with Catholicism, just a really good novel that has become a classic.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.