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10 Spiritual Classics No Catholic Should Be Without

By Peter Mirus ( bio - articles - email ) | Mar 21, 2010

Here are ten spiritual classics that, in my opinion, no Catholic should be without. These are books that will make a profound difference to both your personal and business life! If you don't have one of them, consider picking it up through Amazon.com using one of the links below. Or consider getting one as an Easter gift for a friend or family member! A portion of the sale (as much as 10%) will go to support CatholicCulture.org.

These items are listed in no particular order. I have selected only books available through Amazon.com (most books are). Your browser settings must allow third-party website content to be loaded in order to see the list (powered by information from Amazon.com). Disagree with the contents of this list? Have a comment or suggestion? Want to help build the next top 10? Leave a comment below this blog post using Sound Off!

   

Peter Mirus is a business, marketing, and technology consultant with more than 20 years of experience working with companies and nonprofits, ranging from start-ups to large international organizations. From 2004-2014 he contributed articles on the Catholic Faith, culture, and business to the CatholicCulture.org website.
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  • Posted by: - Apr. 23, 2010 10:21 PM ET USA

    Spiritual Combat (Scupoli), The Soul of the Apostolate

  • Posted by: Lisa Nicholas, PhD - Mar. 23, 2010 8:42 PM ET USA

    Sorry, but I don't see any list (or even a link to any list). Did something get left off, or do I have a problem with my browser?

  • Posted by: - Mar. 23, 2010 4:39 PM ET USA

    Dr. Ott's "Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma" Denzinger's "Sources of Catholic Dogma" Henri de Lubac's "Catholicism: Christ and the Common Destiny of Mankind" Karl Adam's "The Spirit of Catholicism"