Tuesday, 3 January 2023

List of Favorite Books 2023

Favourite Books 2023

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

The Way of the Cross According to Mark - Father Eugene LaVerdiere S.S.S.
The Way of the Cross - Fulton J. Sheen - 1932 Edition
Pray the Stations - Basil R. Reuss 
Too Secret Service: Omnibus Edition - Declan Finn
Reconciliation: The Mercy of Christ - Vivian Boland - CTS Sacraments Meeting Christ
Matt Talbot - Eddie Doherty
The Way of the Cross According to Matthew - Father Eugene LaVerdiere S.S.S.
Two Peas in a Pod - Sarah Mlynowski - Whatever After Book 11
Swords and Maidens: Eleven Tales of Chivalry and Valor - Edited by N.R. LaPoint
Looking Ahead: A Catholic Handbook for School Students - The Association of Catholic Women - Catholic Truth Society   
Guardian of Redeemer - Redemptoris Custos  - Pope John Paul II 
Mary, Mother of All - Scott Hahn and Emily Stimpson Chapman
Practising the Presence of God: with Brother Lawrence - Jennifer Moorcroft - CTS Books  
Saint George Patron Saint of England - Lois Rock and Finola Stack  
Knuckle Bones - Alex Smith - DCI Kett Book 12
St. David of Wales - David Crowley D.D. - CTS Biographies
Tom's Revenge - James Edward Webb
The Girl Who Would Live Forever - Rebecca Cantrell - An Ivy Corva Novel
Operation Viginti - Manuel Alfonseca - Solar System Book 4
A Walsingham Prayer Book - Philippe Lefebvre and Lawrence Lew
The Day the Bomb Fell - Johannes Siemes SJ and Bruce Kent - CTS Onefifties
Saint Andrew: Patron Saint of Scotland - Lois Rock and Sophie Piper
The Irish Story: A Survey of Irish History and Culture - Alice Curtayne
Dances with Werewolves: Omnibus Edition - Declan Finn
Visits to the Blessed Sacrament and the Blessed Virgin Mary - Saint Alfonso María de Liguori 

I started keeping track of the books I finished reading in October of 1995, and movies watched in January of 1996. and Catholic Books by year since 2016. I have lists for:

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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