My top books read in 2021 and a prayer for 2022

Book Recommendations

I polished off forty-five books cover-to-cover, including two that I wrapped-up today, during this past year (there were three others completed that were started in 2020, as well, while I have one started this year that will be completed in 2022).

I read many fine books over the course of 2021, but picked nine that I would like to especially recommend, in no particular order (you can ready my reviews on Goodreads here):

  1. St. Dominic’s Way of Life: A Path to Knowing and Loving God by Patrick Mary Briscoe OP and Jacob Bertrand Janczyk OP (Amazon)
  2. Revelation by Peter S. Williamson (Amazon)
  3. Benedict XVI: A Life (Vol. 1) by Peter Seewald (Amazon)
  4. The Memoirs of St. Peter by Michael Pakaluk (Amazon)
  5. Classic Catholic Meditations by Bede Jarrett (Amazon)
  6. St. Joseph and His World by Mike Aquilina (Amazon)
  7. What Christ Suffered: A Doctor’s Journey through the Passion by Thomas W. McGovern (Amazon)
  8. The Second World Wars by Victor Davis Hanson (Amazon)
  9. The Cleveland Indians by Franklin Lewis (Amazon)

Happy reading!

A Prayer for the New Year

Source: https://www.norwichdiocese.org/Stay-Informed/All-Diocesan-Articles/ID/6781/A-Prayer-for-2022

May the coming year be especially blessed for you.

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