Thursday, 2 January 2020

List of Books Read 2020

Books Read 2020
(Note: this list will grow and be updated through out the year.)

Lent With the Saints - J. B. Midgley - Sayings and Meditations
Prayer on the go For Busy People - Raymond Edwards
Heart Beats: Spiritual Being Human Journey - A.K. Frailey
Companion to the Angels A little Handbook on the Truth about Angels - J. B. Midgley - CTS Companions Series
It Might Have Been: And Other Stories - A.K. Frailey
George: Patron of England - J.B. Midgley - CTS Great Saints
Spiritual Warfare and the Discernment of Spirits - Dan Burke
The Catholic Gentleman: Living Authentic Manhood Today - Samuel Guzman
Mexican Exodus: Emigrants, Exiles, and Refugees of the Cristero War - Julia G. Young
Vincent de Paul - J.B. Midgley - CTS Great Saints
Vincent de Paul - J.B. Midgley - CTS Great Saints
The Tattered Web - Roger Thomas - Watchful Sky Series Book 4
Companion to the Feasts of Mary - J. B. Midgley - CTS Companions
Lenten Journey with Mother Mary - Fr. Edward Looney
In Conversation With God Volume 1 Part 2 Christmas and Epiphany - Francis Fernandez
Dominic - J.B. Midgley - CTS Great Saints 
Cry Baby - Alex Smith - DCI Kett Book 0.5
Witchcraft, Sorcery and Magic - J. B. Midgley - CTS Explanations
The Well Of Life - Georges Chevrot
Saint John the Baptist - J.B. Midgley
The Underappreciated Virtues of Rusty Old Bicycles - Corinna Turner - I Am Margaret Series Prequel 
Consecration to St. Joseph - Donald H. Calloway
Antonio Rosmini - J.B. Midgley
Paper Girls - Alex Smith - DCI Kett Book 1.0
The Four Evangelists - J.B. Midgley

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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