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My 2012 Reading List

Besides continuing my Year of C.S. Lewis, here are some books I’m planning to finish in 2012: – Confessions by St. Augustine (reading)– The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky (reading)– Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson (reading)– The Everlasting Man by G.K. Chesterton– Introduction to the Devout Life by St. Francis de Sales– The Iliad by Homer– The Seven Storey Mountain … Continue reading

"In Defense of Sanity" – Review

In Defense of Sanity: The Best Essays of G.K. ChestertonG.K. Chesterton I’ll admit what few are willing to say: it’s tough to read G.K. Chesterton. Now when I say that, I’m not just talking about his complexity or abundant use of paradox, though both are certainly difficult. I’m referring to the fact that Chesterton was so unbelievably prolific that determining where … Continue reading

"G.K. Chesteron Collected Works – Volume 3" – Review

“Becoming a Catholic broadens the mind. It especially broadens the mind about the reasons for becoming Catholic. Standing in the center where all roads meet, a man can look down each of the roads in turn and realize that they come from all points of the heavens.” – G.K. Chesterton, Catholic Church and Conversion According to G.K. Chesterton, there are … Continue reading

More of the Best Catholic Books

Well there was a lot of discussion here after I listed the best Catholic books and explained how to build a Catholic eBook library on the cheap. People flew to the comment-boxes to suggest titles they thought should have made the cut. So here are some more recommendations from the comboxes, more solid Catholic books and eBooks: More of the … Continue reading

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