Fearing the Stigmata

Aug 18, 2023 | Blog, Book Reviews

by Matt Weber

It does seem that really young people and really old people have a good handle on their faith/life whereas those of us in the middle are still working on how to Catholic in our post-Christian culture.
This book was about one man’s story of searching for how to do just that: Being not too young, but not too old and Catholic-ing in our current culture.
This book was funny. I’m talking laugh out loud a lot funny.
It was also very endearing. He shares a lot of special moments.
And it’s all interwoven with his faith.
(And it’s so funny!)
Also: The chapters are short so it’s good for nursing mamas

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