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#1

The Catechism of the Catholic Church

Handbook for Today’s Catholic
Revised Edition

Catholicism for Dummies
Rev. John Trigilio Jr., PhD, ThD and Rev. Kenneth Brighenti, PhD

Distinctively Catholic
Daniel Donovan

Meeting Other Believers
The Risks and Rewards of Interreligious Dialogue

Cardinal Francis Arinze

Popes Against Modern Error

The Wisdom of the Popes
Thomas J. Craughwell

Eusebius - The History of the Church
Transated by G. Williamson

Communities of the Last Days
C. Marvin Pate

Butler’s Lives of the Saints
Four Volumes

Alban Butler

History of Antichrist
Fr. P. Huchede

End-Time Prophecies of the Bible
David Haggith

The Case for a Creator:
A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That Points Toward God
Lee Strobel

The Case for Faith:
A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections to Christianity
Lee Strobel

The Conspiracy to Silence the Son of God
Tal Brooke

There’s a lot more too…such as the personal prayers of John Paul II, and sayings from Mother Theresa…or the Confessions of Saint Augustine…but as far as references are concerned outside of the Scriptures, these above books are the ones I tend to read more often than others.

I’ll list some more later.


#2

Catholicism- Hard Questions

Bad, Mad or God

Handbook of Christian Appologetics

Principles of Catholic Theology

Summa of the Summa

A New Dictionary of Theology

[size=2]Encyclopedia of Theology: A Concise Sacramentum Mundi [/size]

Introduction to Christianity

Truth and Tolerance


#3

No new sources to cite but I want to subscribe to this thread for later:)


#4

r. Ex Nihilo
Senior Member

I’l say Amen to those :thumbsup:


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