I want to get her a practical, good Christmas gift. She is a lapsed Catholic, which is very upsetting to my Dad and I. She lives with her boyfriend, doesn't attend Mass, thinks all religions are equally true, etc.
So I want to get her something to read, since she is a massive reader and I want it to affect her. I was thinking about Kreeft's Handbook of Christian Apologetics because it is fantastic. But its missing the emotional side that makes people a bit more... well, connected to the Church. You know what I mean? There's nothing in it that says "God humbled himself to become man and he died for us".
I am getting her the Screwtape Letters because that book is fun, entertaining but also has a massive theological message that I think will be good for her.
Any suggestions :o