We invited the authors and publishers of our Catholic summer reading selections to send us short posts explaining why their titles were worthy of your time this summer. If you haven’t already voted on your top three selections, go do that now.
Justin Fatica, author of Win it All, had this to say about his book:
I lit a creek on fire without the grace of God. By the grace of God I helped an ex-comedian becoming a priest. My guardian angel saved me as I had a knife at my throat by a young person who threatened to kill me. My book “Win it All” has these stories in them and more. “Win it All” is a book to help you get to heaven through the bible, church teaching and the intense journey of my life.
My hope is that every single young person will read this book and give it to their family to read. Cardinals, bishops, priests and church leaders are reading this book excited about the message. Why shouldn’t ever person in the church follow them and do the same? Put “Win it All” on your summer reading list and get one for every person you know.
Never forget; God made you amazing 🙂
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