I’d replace the history book the list recommends with
-Triumph: The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church: A 2,000 Year History, by H. W. Crocker III
This book is a little more engaging and a lighter read IMO.
And the list is missing a #3, so I’d put this one in there :
-The Last Superstition: A Refutation of the New Atheism, by Edward Feser
The last book would be if you’re really looking to root out any latent atheism you have, which is tough since you have to undo 400 years of atheistic philosophical thinking that has permeated society and led too many people to think that “faith” is really an irrational “leap in the dark”, when it’s not. The main point of the book is not to deal with the sophmoric yet unfortunately popular “new atheism”, although it does cover that.