I’m not sure if this is the best place to post this, but I’ll give it a shot. I’m trying to learn more about our faith and I would like to purchase a book or two to get me started. I have the Catechism and I’m looking things up there when I have questions. Other than a Bible, that is the extent of my Catholic library. Any recommendations on where to start.
Here are a couple of topics I’ve been looking at on Amazon.com:
- The Mass - there are a couple of books I’ve been looking at including one by Scott Hahn (which I’m sure is great but also seems quite intense) and one by Michael Dubriel.
- The Rosary - there are many books on this topic. Any recommended ones?
- Augustine’s Confessions - I eventually want to read this but I’m kind of intimidated by it. It seems very intense for where I’m at right now in my faith.
A little background that may help in any recommendations. I was raised Catholic, but became somewhat apathetic through my mid-to-late 20s. I’m 31 now, and I am very excited about renewing my commitment to the faith.
Any help would be appreciated.