I read each and every response to my post about recommended reading for RCIA, looked up each suggestion on Amazon, and have finally put together a list of books for people in our RCIA class who would like to do further reading on the topics we discuss. Each book I have either read myself and know is fantastic, and/or multiple people recommended it on this site, and/or it got a ton of 5-star reviews on Amazon. I included a description of each book (usually either from the back cover or from a review) since I figured that a list of titles alone wouldn’t be very compelling.
This turned out to be a larger endeavor than I thought and took up a lot of my time today, but I think it’s worth it. Thanks (once again) to the great tips from my great readers I think I’ve been able to put together a list of books that will help new converts and cradle Catholics alike grow in their faith. (I hit “Add to Wish List” many times during the process of compiling this list.)
Here’s a PDF version. If you have any trouble viewing it or want the Word version, email me and I’ll send it to you.
Our adult education director was excited about this and I think he’s actually going to pass it out to the class, which makes me nervous. I hope this is a good selection of books that will help people grow in their faith.
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