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About meConvert to Catholicism, have a master's degree in Catholic theology. Teach, speak, and write about the Faith, answer questions from anyone, Catholic or non-Catholic, who is interested in Catholicism.

About my librarySmall Catholic theology library, but growing.

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Homepagehttp://www.historicalchristian.com

Real nameAimee M. Cooper

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Member sinceJun 21, 2006

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I'd love to see you review Stark's new title - I've enjoyed his work since my undergraduate years, and I'm eager to read God's Battalions.
I'd like to combine them then -- revised, as in adding some new saints, doesn't make it into a new and completely different work, does it?
Hello there,

I have a book which I think might be the same as one of yours (Maybe not the same edition though), but at this point they're not combined. If it's not too much trouble, please tell me if The Book of Saints which you've listed is the massive tome compiled by the Benedictine Monks of Ramsgate, England. I have an old hardcover (1966) with dust jacket, if you'd care to see what mine looks like:
http://www.librarything.com/work/6993407/book/6034323

I am a revert to the Catholic faith...maybe there should be a new term for wholly uncatechized (but baptized, FHC, and Confession) returnees to the Faith? How can one "return" to what one had no idea one was leaving when one stopped attending Mass at the age of 9? However, no worries. I came back 21 years ago, and hadn't really thought too much about it - just seeing your happy, open "About Me", above, made me think of sharing, too.

Thanks!
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