I am not sure if this has been asked or if this is in the appropriate forum area…but here goes… Does anyone have suggestions for a book that I might give a loved one that clearly, somewhat briefly if possible, and ideally gives Scripture, Tradition, possibly including Early Church Father references, of the Catholic faith. What we believe and why. It is difficult to talk about because when we try to discuss it, he interrupts me, dismisses what I say and often twists it into something I didn’t say (i’m not sure if purposely or not). He is very argumentative and claims to already know the Catholic faith because of 12 years of Catholic school. However, his reaction to my statements of basic Catholic faith proves otherwise. It is important to me to try to relay my faith to this individual, as he is a loved one. Verbal discussion is not going well at this point. BTW he is of the Non-denominational, 'just be follower of Christ belief", if that is relevant. Although, I don’t want to attack his beliefs specifically, just want something he can read on his own that explains the Catholic faith.
Thank you very much for your time and attention and help.