New Ebook on Renewal and Evangelization
We have just released our latest collection of essays from CatholicCulture.org, this time on the subject of renewal. It is entitled Renewal and Evangelization: Person, Church and World. The author is yours truly, Jeff Mirus.
The book includes some fifty essays written between 2005 and 2014, divided into three sections: On personal spiritual renewal, on ecclesiastical renewal, and on social renewal including evangelization. Or, to quote the advertising description:
These essays explore the necessary elements of personal holiness, ecclesiastical reform, and the leavening of the social order. Main topics include prayer, the liturgy and spiritual growth; ecclesiastical discipline and the strengthening of the Church's identity; evangelization and the formation of Catholic culture.
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Feedback on this new collection of essays is welcome. They are not part of any of the previous ebook collections.
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