I love to read. And like all heavy readers, I’m always hunting for good books. I constantly ask friends, what are you reading? What books do you recommend? What books changed your life?
St. Josemaria Escriva claimed, “Reading has made many saints.” That’s so true. While some saints were illiterate, like Catherine of Siena, many of them were faithful readers. So why not follow their lead?
I spent several months trying to uncover the books they enjoyed. I read biographies, journals, personal letters, and more. I then collected all that research into a new book, titled The Saints’ Favorite Books: Read What They Read, Become Who They Are.
And here’s the best part: I’m giving the book away completely FREE to people who sign up for my new email list!
To get your copy, simply click the link below:
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Inside, you’ll find fourteen saints and their favorite books, including:
- St. Augustine of Hippo
- St. Benedict of Nursia
- St. Bernard of Clairvaux
- St. Thomas Aquinas
- St. Ignatius of Loyola
- St. Teresa of Ávila
- St. John of the Cross
- St. Francis de Sales
- St. John Eudes
- St. Thérèse of Lisieux
- Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati
- St. Teresa Benedicta
- Servant of God Dorothy Day
- Bl. Teresa of Calcutta
I also threw in a special BONUS Appendix on “The Popes’ Favorite Books.” Which book did Pope Pius X keep on his nightstand? Which book did Pope Benedict say he would bring on a deserted island? Find out when you download your FREE copy of The Saints’ Favorite Books.
After you read the book, be sure to let me know what you think in the comment box below! Enjoy!