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Messy & Foolish by Matthew Warner
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Messy & Foolish

by Matthew Warner

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Matthew Warner's "Messy & Foolish" is a small but powerful book about the need for enthusiastic, energetic, and faith-filled evangelization in the world today. Taking his cue from Pope Francis' famous admonition to the crowds at World Youth Day to go back to their homes and make a "mess" through their faithful witness, Warner outlines in broad strokes both the why and the how of evangelization in the modern world.

Warner dispenses with "churchy" language in favor of simple, direct prose that provides a much needed boost to the average Catholic's understanding of and enthusiasm for evangelization. This would be an ideal book for study by small groups; the book is supplemented by a web site (www.MessyAndFoolish.com) which will post related interviews and a study guide when the book is available in February 2016.

Disclosure: I received a free review copy of this book from the author. ( )
  sullijo | Jan 29, 2016 |
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