4.14
An Excerpt from our Book: Sant’Egidio, Lay Groups, and Social Justice

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Sant' Egidio

“After I broke up with my boyfriend I was depressed and didn’t want to leave the house.”

An excerpt from our book, The Catholic Catalogue: A Field Guide to the Daily Acts That Make Up A Catholic Life, is in MillennialSant’Egidio, Lay Groups, and Social Justice. Info on speaking engagements? Contact us at anna@catholiccatalogue.com. And thank you for your reviews of the book.

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4.12
TCC Radio: Anna Keating | The Son Rise Morning Show

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Anna Keating

 “Are Catholics going the way of the buffalo?”

Anna Keating on the Son Rise Morning Show discussing our new book TCC: A Field Guide to the Daily Acts That Make Up a Catholic Life (Random House). Listen after the jump:

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4.8
Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation ‘The Joy of Love’

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mother and child

Pope Francis’ has released his second Apostolic Exhortation, “Amoris Laetitia” or “The Joy of Love.” Fr. James Martin says, “The message is: Welcome.” This is a pastoral document aimed at helping the Church pass on the faith and better serve families. Download the PDF from the Vatican here: Amoris Laetitia. Read it in sections from Crux here: On Love in the Family. Buy the book here. In my opinion, the message of Francis’ pontificate has been, “You don’t have to pass a test to come home.”

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‘The Catholic Catalogue’ tells of life lived with faith

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bread making

Matthew Gambino reviews our new book for Catholic Philly, “Write your own notes, recipes or prayers and slip them in.” Read it here: ‘The Catholic Catalogue’ tells of life lived with faith’

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3.29
Gifts for Celebrating Easter at Home

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Easter gifts

When people read our book TCC: A Field Guide to the Daily Acts That Make Up A Catholic Life they often discover that Easter lasts for fifty days and ask, “How are we supposed to observe a 50 day period of rejoicing?” Anna Keating has you covered after the jump:

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