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Choosing to Be Catholic: For the First Time Or Once Again (edition 2004)

by William J. O'Malley (Author)

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Title:Choosing to Be Catholic: For the First Time Or Once Again
Authors:William J. O'Malley (Author)
Info:Ave Maria Pr (2004), 240 pages
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First published in 2001, Choosing to Be Catholic has sold nearly 25,000 copies and maintains its status as a Catholic parish favorite. In this revised edition, Jesuit priest, master-teacher, and bestselling author William J. O’Malley, S.J., prompts seekers and skeptics alike to ask a new set of questions as they hunger and search for God. He demonstrates once again his uncanny ability to approach the human quest for God with refreshingly frank discourse as he sorts out the Hows, Whys, and So whats of being Catholic. With razor sharp focus, O’Malley offers a cultured and deeply personal argument for Catholicism to those curious about joining the Church, those wondering if they should stay, and those “vacationing” from it.
  StFrancisofAssisi | Jul 11, 2019 |
from the publisher - the perfect book for those who are seeking to learn more about the Catholic faith and for those who may have become disenchanted with the Church or perhaps even with God over the years. This book opens a dimension to their lives that can only come from discovering what it means to feel "at home" in the Church, a dimension of faithful living that readies the believing heart to receive the abundant life God offers.
  mannafood | Mar 23, 2012 |
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The perfect Book for those who are seeking to learn more about the Catholic faith through the "Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults" and for those who may have become disenchanted with the Church or perhaps even God over the years. This book opens a dimension what it means to feel " at home" in the Church, a dimension of faithful living that readies the believing heart to receive the abundant life God

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The perfect book for those who are seeking to learn more about the Catholic faith through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and for those who may have become disenchanted with the Church or perhaps even with God over the years. This resource opens a dimension to readers' lives that can only come from discovering what it means to feel at home in the Church.… (more)

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