NAS: Spiritual Writings

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What are some of your favorite or go-to books, devotionals or even blogs that help encourage you in your spiritual life?

Finally participating with Jen and Morgan again! This seemed like a great time to share spiritual books and such as Lent begins.

Books I’ve Read

Books I Will Eventually Read

There are so many more on my shelf, it’s kind of ridiculous. But so exciting too! I just love learning more about my faith. Right now for my Great Catholic Thinkers class, we’re working on Three to Get Married which is blowing my mind. Seriously. You don’t have to be married or engaged to read it. It talks about the nature of love and oh my gosh. I can’t stop fangirling over it. Go order it! We finished Peace of Soul a bit ago in that class which had some incredible points as well – a good read for Lent.

Reading gets so much more exciting after Christmas!

 

Otherwise, I don’t visit blogs or websites regularly for spiritual reading. I do read articles as they come up, and then will pin the best of what I read to my faith board. Lots of good quotes go on there too 🙂

What are some of your favorite books? Articles?

To Life,

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4 thoughts on “NAS: Spiritual Writings”

  1. Um, I need to read that Pro-Life Feminism book, stat! Did you email me about it!? It seems familiar yet new… it could just be my brain playing tricks on me… anyway! Ordering that from my library now! 🙂

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  2. I read Rediscovering Catholicism (when it was in the hardcover edition, it had the -ing) and only liked the second half where he got super practical. The first half wasn’t meaty enough for me.

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    1. Hmm, it’s been a while since I’ve read it, so I can’t remember my exact thoughts on it. But it’s definitely not seeped in deep theological concepts. I thought it was a great book to introduce people back to the faith or for the first time, but there are definitely lots of other books that are more spiritually challenging 🙂 Glad you enjoyed the last half!

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