It’s been out for a couple of years now, but if you haven’t read Gargoyle Code, then you really should. It is my book for Lent. It follows the style of C.S.Lewis’ Screwtape Letters, but it is updated, written for Catholics and has one letter per day all through Lent–beginning with Shrove Tuesday and ending on Easter Day.
Slubgrip is the demon in question, and while he looks after his elderly patient–a traditionalist Catholic–he is advising the junior demons on how to cope with a lukewarm young Catholic who has just begun to discover his faith for the first time. It’s funny and thought provoking and bound to annoy you no matter what kind of Catholic you are. My friend John Zmirak wrote about the book here last year.
Connect here is you’d like to buy a copy. While you’re at it–why not read it with a study groups, a parish Lent group or a group of High School students? Discounts from the author for bulk orders! Go here to purchase