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Bad Catholic's Guide to Good Living - A Loving Look at the Lighter Side of the Catholic Faith.

Item Number: 58621

Catalog Code: 9780824523008*32-DIS

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Bad Catholics Guide to Good Living

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Average Rating: This item received 5 stars overall.

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Jump right into this hilarious new book on enjoying and celebrating Catholicism in a whole new way! Both a comical read, as well as an indispensable resource for observing the Feast Days of the Saints, The Bad Catholic’s Guide to Good Living is for anyone who is interested in celebrating the history and humor behind the Catholic Faith. Consisting of selected historical sketches of the feast days, as well suggested activities for celebration, this book serves as a must own for every happy Catholic!

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Review Provided By - THE Catholic Book Review Site

This item received 5 stars overall. Catholic humor at its best!

It is not often that you come across a book that can find humor in Catholicism without resorting to low blows, stereotypes or outright blasphemy.  The authors of The Bad Catholic's Guide to Good Living do an incredible job poking fun at our rich Catholic heritage without ever getting too irreverent.  The book is designed to follow the Church calendar with short essays for all the major feast days and holidays followed up with a recipe or activity to help you celebrate like a Catholic.  But don't think you can take a year to read the book.  Read one essay and you won't be able to put it down.

The one requirement for reading this book (or the sequel) is that you must be able to laugh at your heritage.  If chapters like "Bernardine of Feltre (1439-149 Full Review...

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