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Scott Hahn’s Best Friends

Scott Hahn is one of the greatest converts to Catholicism in modern history. His conversion story Rome Sweet Home alone has led many to the Faith and many more back to the Faith they left. This work alone would be enough to cement his legacy, but he has written a great many other notable works, including The Lamb's Supper and A Father Who Keeps His Promises, to further expound on the faith and teach converts, cradles, and reverts alike. Lately, Dr. Hahn has been publishing high theology works, which challenge us to grow in our faith and progress from spiritual milk to spiritual meat. Dr. Hahn has returned with a new work entitled Angels and Saints, which is a return to his way of writing that helped so many of us grow in the faith so many years ago.

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The Power of the Sacraments – A Tiber River Review

Swear to God

Swear to God was one of the first books I read as a Catholic. I was either going through the Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) or had just been initiated in the Church. I also audiobooked it from Audible. At the time, I didn't grasp the book fully, maybe because I couldn't see the words in front of me, but I did appreciate it. I have since decided to re-read it, a decade later and see how much more it speaks to me today.

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The Pope’s view on Mercy – A Tiber River Review

The Church of Mercy

The Church of Mercy is the latest book with a compilation of talks given by Pope Francis. Each book (by many different publishers) have chosen to address a certain audience. For example, Ignatius Press recently released a book on sin and humility, and Our Sunday Visitor has released one on hope and another on love. Loyola Press has chosen to focus on the theme of mercy. Drawing on talks given in 2013, this book addresses topics such as the Gospel, the Poor, advice for Pastors, and Mary. Each talk is designed to draw people closer to Christ who is the giver of mercy.

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