Ok, so I leave for Germany in one week, and I would like some suggestions from my amazing CAF brothers and sisters on book advice for the plane rides (18 hours).
I have read the following already:
The Seven Storey Mountain (Thomas Merton)
God’s Choice (George Weigel)
Viper’s Tangle (Francois Mauriac)
The Ratzinger Report (Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, and Vittorio Messori)
I am reading American Catholic (Charles Morris) right now, and should be done in time.
I have these books in my possession, but I do not want to read Rise, Let Us Be On Our Way (+Pope John Paul II) because I want to read the previous book by Pope JPII, and the Scott Hahn books I am not terribly interested in right now… The John XXIII is a book I want to use as spiritual reading during school, and the Augustine I would like to spend more time with than the flight would allow.
A Father Who Keeps His Promises (Scott Hahn)
Living the Mysteries (Scott Hahn)
The Essential Augustine (Edited: Vernon J. Bourke)
The Journey of a Soul (+Pope John XXIII)
That said, I like Catholic fiction, and I like Catholic history…
Do you all have any recommendations for some books?