7 Amazing Books Every Catholic Should Read

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These are amazing books!

On this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, Word on Fire’s Brandon Vogt joins Ryan Scheel, Fr. Rich Pagano, and Ryan DellaCrosse to discuss seven books all Catholics should read.

The guys discuss two sets of books: Vogt’s list and a list of what they consider “honorable mentions”.

Here’s Vogt’s books:

  • Early Christian Writings – Various Church Fathers
  • Confessions – St. Augustine
  • Summa of the Summa – Peter Kreeft
  • Orthodoxy – G.K. Chesterton
  • Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. Tolkien
  • To Know Christ Jesus by Frank Sheed
  • Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith by Bishop Robert Barron

They also discuss these “Honorable Mentions”:

  • True Devotion to Mary – St. Louis De Montfort
  • Story of a Soul – Saint Therese
  • Jesus of Nazareth – Pope Benedict XVI
  • Interior Castle – St. Teresa of Avila
  • Dark Night of the Soul – St. John of the Cross
  • The Imitation of Christ – Thomas A’ Kempis
  • Uniformity with God’s Will – St. Alphonso Liguori

Listen to them discuss these books below:

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Jacqueline Burkepile is the editor for the English edition of ChurchPOP. She is a journalist, former university campus minister, and a wife and mother. You can follow her posts on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, and Twitter.



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