Would you Baptize an Extraterrestrial? by Guy Consolmagno, S.J. and Paul Mueller, S.J. – A book about what it’s like when science encounters faith on friendly, mutually respectful terms sharing with the reader the joy, hope, and fun in exploring science and living with a real faith.
Courageous Women: A Study of Heroines of Biblical History by Stacy Mitch - Courageous Women, Stacy Mitch’s newest Bible study, will help you see the women of the Bible as elder sisters in faith. As Stacy unfolds the stories of these heroic women through insightful reflections and questions, you will understand salvation history more deeply, be challenged to grow in godliness, and discover that the struggles these women faced are strikingly similar to those we face today. These courageous women will teach you timeless lessons of faithfulness to God and reliance on His help.
Confessions by Saint Augustine of Hippo – This autobiographical work which is widely considered to be one of the greatest books of all time. This gem by Saint Augustine is highly recommended for those who enjoy reading timeless pieces of classic literature.
City of God by Saint Augustine of Hippo - The City of God was written as a response to the accusation by pagans that all of Rome’s problems at the time were the fault of the Christians. St Augustine first points out that pagan society carried within itself the seeds of its own destruction, and then goes on to show that although Christians are citizens of the City of God (a heavenly City), as “resident aliens” in the City of Man during their earthly lives, they can and should contribute to the common good of the society in which they live.