Thursday, 3 January 2019

List of Favorite Books 2019

Favorite Books 2019
(Note: this list will grow and be updated through out the year.)

Be Saints! An Invitation from Pope Benedict XVI - Amy Welborn and Ann Kissane Engelhart
Life Lessons Fifty Things I Learned in My First Fifty Years - Patrick Madrid  
New Mediterraneans: Discoveries Which Change The Landscape In The Interior Life, Under The Guidance Of St Josemaría - Lucas Buch  
Broken Birthday - Courtney Sheinmel and Jennifer A. Bell - Stella Batts Book 10
Tortured Soul - Theresa Linden 
The Church's Year Unfolding the Mysteries of Christ - David W Fagerburg - CTS Deeper Christianity Series
Be Who You Are: Developing Your Christian Personality - Editor Wenceslau Vial
In Conversation with God Volume 1 Part 2 Christmas and Epiphany - Francis Fernandez
Toward the Gleam - T.M. Doran 
Superstar - Courtney Sheinmel and Jennifer Bell - Stella Batts Book 8
Don't be afraid to be Saints Words from John Paul II and Benedict XVI - World Youth Days 1984-2008 - Pope Benedict XVI,  Pope John Paul II
The Lamb Will Conquer: Reflections on the Knock Apparition - Nigel Woollen
Dragon Assassin 2 Shadow Hunter - Arthur Slade
Why pilgrimage? -  David Baldwin - CTS Christian Shrines Series
Stella Batts Needs A New Name - Courtney Sheinmel and Jennifer A. Bell - Stalla Batts Book 1
Death by Airship - Arthur Slade - Orca Currents
Message of Guadalupe - Gillian Rae - CTS Christian Shrines Series
Remember Your Death: Memento Mori A Lenten Devotional - Theresa Aletheia Noble FSP
Glastonbury A Pilgrim's Companion - David Baldwin - CTS Christian Shrines Series
Understanding the Diaconate: Historical, Theological, and Sociological Foundations - W. Shawn McKnight
Mary Mysteries of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Francesca Aran Murphy - Deeper Christianity Series
The Flash Hocus Pocus - Barry Lyga 
The Warm Sand - J.F. Powers
Relic of His Heart - Jane Lebak
Even A Stone - Jane Lebak - Seven Archangels Book 2.2
Rome A Pilgrim's Companion - David Baldwin - CTS Christian Shrines Series
Winter Branches A Short Story - Jane Lebak - Seven Archangels Book 2.4
Illustrissimi: The Letters Of Pope John Paul I - Albino Luciani - Pope John Paul I
Seven Angels Short Story Bundle - Jane Lebak - Seven Archangels Short Stories
From Temperament to Character: On Becoming A Virtuous Leader - Alexandre Havard
Remember Your Death Memento Mori Journal - Theresa Aletheia Noble
I Am God's Storyteller - Lisa M. Hendey and Eric Carlson 
Santiago de Compostela The Pilgrim Way of St James - David Baldwin  - CTS Christian Shrines Series
The Substance of Things Hoped For: Short Fiction by Modern Catholic Authors - John B. Breslin SJ, Editor
Once Only - Jane Lebak - Seven Archangels Short Stories 5.5
The Bishop of the Abandoned Tabernacle: St. Manuel Gonzaalez Garcaia Selected Writings - Victoria Schneider 
In Conversation With God Volume 3 Part 1 Ordinary Time Weeks 1-6 - Francis Fernandez
No Middle Name - Lee Child - Jack Reacher 21.5
My Queen, My Mother A Living Novena - Marge Steinhage Fenelon 
Do I Really Have to Give Something Up for Lent? - Sarah A. Reinhard 
Honest And For True - Jane Lebak - The Adventures of Lee and Bucky Book 1.0
God as Father - Fernando Ocáriz
With Two Eyes Into Gehenna - Jane Lebak
Dragon Assassin 3 Dark Wings - Arthur Slade
Margaret Clitherow - Jean Olwen Maynard - CTS Saints of the Isles
Fatima A Pilgrim's Companion - David Baldwin - CTS Christian Shrines Series
Devotions to Our Lady of Perpetual Succour - Glynn MacNiven-Johnston
Devotions to St Thomas Becket - John S. Hogan
Called by Name: Twelve Guideline Meditations for Diocesan Priests - Michael E. Giesler 
A Way Of Life For Young Catholics - Fr. Stephen Wang
John Southworth - Michael Archer - CTS Saints of the Isles 

I started keeping track of the books I finished reading in October of 1995, and movies watched in January of 1996. I have lists for:
All Books Read by Year
Favorite Books By Year
All Movies and TV Series Watched by Year
Favorite Movies and TV Series by Year

I also do a Top Ten List of books each quarter and for the year. They can be found here. I was also asked to pick a Top Ten Catholic Books I have read, you can find that list here (and occasionally I add a note when I come across something exceptional.)

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