What book(s) are you reading?


#42

THE SHROUD OF TURIN—FIRST CENTURY AFTER CHRIST! , Fanti/Malfi, 2015

Prof Fanti’s research debunks the British Museum’s claim that the Shroud dates to the 14th century.
Fanti’s scientific experiments result in a date for the Shroud’s origin as 35 B.C. +/- 250 years with a certainty level of 95%.


#43

Manual for Spiritual Warfare by Thigpen


#44

Fr. Calloway’s Rosary book is awesome! I read it last year. The man’s conversion story is a powerful testament to what Our Lady and her Rosary do for us, to bring us ultimately to Jesus.


#45

Just about done with ‘Remembering Belloc’ by Fr. James Schall. Then on to ‘Survivals and New Arrivals’ by Hilaire himself.


#46

A tiny book on the life of Saint Hedwig.


#47

Yes he is a true miracle of Divine Mercy!


#48


#49

What’s the name of the book, please? I love her!


#50

GK Chesterton
Apostle of Common Sense by Dale Almquist


#51

Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI

The Challenge of Jesus by NT Wright

The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov

City of Thieves by David Benioff. Kinda meh so far but I’ve heard some good things about it so I’m willing to give it a try.

Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories by Agatha Christie

…I have a bad habit of starting a bunch of books at once and not finishing them, but I’m hoping to finish all of these.


#52

Has it only been six years? It seems like an eternity…:laughing:


#53

They Have Uncrowned Him - From Liberalism to Apostasy: The Conciliar Tragedy by Monseigneur Marcel Lefebvre


#54

(“Will you help Me?”) “Handbook of Devotion to Divine Mercy”


#55

So, am I right to suppose that my old thread had some influence on your choice?
Is it good?


#56

It’s a Brazilian book published by a small Brazilian “traditional” publishing house, so… As far as I know they don’t translate their books to other languages.


#57

Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon, still finishing Drawn Into the Mystery of Jesus by Jean Vanier.

Also reading the collected poems of Wallace Stevens but not consistently.


#58

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King, and A Catholic Introduction to the Bible: The Old Testament by Brant Pitre & John Bergsma.

Also, 40 Dreams of St. John Bosco.


#59

How To Read Every Body - by a ex-FBI agent - on body language. Pretty good so far.


#60

Seven Storey Mountain - Thomas Merton


#61

Yes , thanks @Ioannes_L .It was your thread which prompted me to buy it .


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