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Read The Lord by Father Romano Guardini.
A long time favorite of mine.
Also, There's wealth of info out here. Ignatius of Loyola, St Teresa of Avila, St John of the Cross, St Catherine of Siena, St John Chrysostom whom we just observed his feast day last week....all the Doctors of the Church "33' is a new book out. So there is a multitide of info which is really required reading for clear understanding of the Mystical Body of Christ
The work of Newman, and Fulton Sheen is GREAT, St Faustina is now being considered to be a Doctor of the Church, You can read Her on-line in her diarys. Its very time consuming and requires an in depth study. Quick reading for enjoyment is fine, but complete in-depth understanding requires years of study. And still leaves much to contemplate and consider in the Kingdom of God.
May we all find truth and spead it in Good Will. Its a facinating study which quickly comes to light the very questions we consider today, have been contemplated since the Apostles.