Ever just want to read a book that is of good Catholic value, but doesn't need your utmost attention to understand it?
G.K. Chesterton's Father Brown of the Church of Rome is a delightful assortment of stories about the quiet and unassuming Father Brown, a Catholic priest from England with an unusual skill at solving crimes and other mysteries. The stories are written in language that is easy to read and entertaining, yet does not require a whole lot of concentration just to understand what is going on. It is good for older teens and adults.
He lives with his lovely wife and eleven kids in northern Colorado.
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