Wednesday, September 23, 2009

A Catholic Bibliography

Candy gives us her bibliography for her friends to study Catholicism. But not one of them is a Catholic source. That should be troublesome for a discerning reader. Luckily for Candy most of her readers don't seem to be.

But I think we should put up our own Catholic bibliography:

First of all, we wrote a number of articles rebutting her so called "Vatican vs. God" screed a few years back. Those are saved in and are also available on the side bar. To date, Candy has not rebutted anything we wrote. She won't because she can't.

Of course anyone who really wants to understand Catholicism should have the Catechism of the Catholic Church: Second Edition Amazingly some on this blog have stated that they want to learn about Catholicism but they don't even own a copy! At $10, it's not like it's an expensive inaccessible research tool, know what I mean?

Scott and Kimberly Hahn were instrumental in my reconversion to my Catholic Faith. Their books are excellent including:
Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism
which would blow folks who say the Catholic faith isn't scriptural out of the water! as would -
The Lamb's Supper: The Mass as Heaven on Earth
A Father Who Keeps His Promises: God's Covenant Love in Scripture and
Hail, Holy Queen: The Mother of God in the Word of God which I used quite a bit on my series on Mary back in May 2008.

Also the Surprised by the Truth Series:
Surprised by Truth: 11 Converts Give the Biblical and Historical Reasons for Becoming Catholic
Surprised By Truth 2: 15 Men and Women Give the Biblical and Historical Reasons For Becoming Catholic. (v. 2)

Surprised by Truth 3: 10 More Converts Explain the Biblical and Historical Reason for Becoming Catholic (v. 3)

Of course Dave Armstrong has some great books available for download.
I use them quite frequently.

Hahn has also compiled his own bibliography of worthwhile books.

Don't forget Envoy magazine or This Rock and Catholic Answers.

Also EWTN and Catholic Radio.

Feel free to add more (There must be hundreds!) in the comment section!

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1 comment:

Moonshadow said...

I've photocopied chapters of this book and given them to Protestant friends who ask me questions:

Catholicism: the story of Catholic Christianity, Gerald O'Collins & Mario Farrugia.

It's slightly apologetic without being sorry. :-)