Weekly Giveaway (7/08)
"Find out how much God has given you and from it take what you need; the remainder is needed by others." - St. Augustine
Because I've built up a large collection of duplicate books and resources, each week I'm giving away one or more of these items, absolutely free, no strings attached. You can enter anytime during each week for that week's giveaway, with a new giveaway beginning each Friday. To see a list of past giveaways, go here.
This week's giveaway is a copy of George Wiegel's book, The Courage to Be Catholic. From Publisher's Weekly:
American Catholics divided over the future direction of their church have managed to agree on one thing in recent months: much reform is needed in the wake of the clergy sexual-abuse scandal. Weigel, a theologian and papal biographer (Witness to Hope: The Biography of John Paul II), outlines the shape he thinks it should take in this incisive analysis. More than a problem of clerical misbehavior, he writes, the present crisis is rooted in the church's failure to be faithful to its own teachings. This book should stimulate discussion among both progressive and conservative Catholics.
To enter to win, fill out your name and e-mail address in the form below. None of your information will ever be given out, and I will only use it to contact the winner. The winner will be selected on Friday morning using a random generator, and the giveaway item(s) will be sent out, free-of-charge, shortly thereafter.
In the future, I will be giving away books, CD's, and DVD's, sometimes more than one item per giveaway. Check back next Friday!
(One entry per person, please. The deadline for each entry will be 11:59pm each Friday. Since I'm covering the shipping costs, only residents within the continental United States will be eligible to win.)
Update: The drawing is closed for the week of Friday, 07/08. Congratulations to Roger B. for winning this week! Check your e-mail for instructions on receiving the book (if you don't see an e-mail from me, check your spam box--apparently e-mails with "giveaway" in the subject line often end up there.)