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George Klubertanz, SJ, Philosophy of Human Nature

David Oderberg, Real Essentialism

Charlotte Witt, Substance and Essence in Aristotle

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Descartes, Meditations on First Philosophy

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Kempf, Beck, Ewig, Jungmann- Handbuch der Kirchengeschichte
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Brian Tierney- the Crisis of Church and State 1050-1300
J.R.R. Tolkien, ed. Christopher Tolkien- the Children of Húrin
Homer- Iliad, Fagles trans.

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Ludwig Ott- Fundamentals of Catholic Dogma

Wow. A real page-turner!

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Aw, it's not that bad. ::): The major problem is, the edition is so old and poorly maintained, that every time I do turn a page, I'm afraid it's going to crumble into dust.

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Ron Chernow's biography of Alexander Hamilton

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"The Chronicles of Narnia" by Lewis (Love those books)

"Confessions" by St. Agustin (I have really taken my time on this one)

"Critique of practical reason" By Immanuel Kant (shrug), But that is for school so it doesnt count :P

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Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

The Israel Lobby And U.S. Foreign Policy by John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt.


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I am reading "Introduction to the Devout Life" by St. Francis de Sales and "Summa of the Summa" annotated by Peter Kreeft.

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I just finished reading "Philip Neri, The Fire of Joy" by Paul Turks of the Oratory. This is a very nice read for anyone interested in learning more about this saint known for his life of great humility, charity, prayer, and joy.

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I'm reading "How the Church built the western civilization" - just getting started on it.


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Henry Sebastian Bowden, "Mementoes of the English Martyrs and Confessors"
Frederick Faber, "Bethlehem"
Elisabeth Leseur, "The Secret Diary of Elisabeth Leseur"
Francis Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan, "Testimony of Hope"
Jonah Goldburg, "Liberal Fascism"

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Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger "A New Song for the Lord" -> GET IT/READ IT!
James Cardinal Gibbons "Faith of our Fathers"
Evelyn Waugh "Edmund Campion", & (Sword of Honor Trilogy)

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(Sword of Honor Trilogy)

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(Sword of Honor Trilogy)

:salut: :wootsign


hey, recommended on this board by vegetables and jedi, so how could I not?

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"You seek me", St. Augustine comments, "for the flesh, not for the spirit. How many seek Jesus for no other purpose than that He may do them good in this present life! [...] Scarcely ever is Jesus sought for Jesus' sake" (In Ioann. Evang, 25, 10).

“therefore is my people led away captive, because they have not knowledge … therefore hath hell enlarged her mouth without any bounds” (Is 5:13-14).

But he that shall persevere to the end, he shall be saved. (Mt 24:13)


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(Sword of Honor Trilogy)

:salut: :wootsign


Perhaps the only self confessed snob admitted into Heaven.


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gherkin wrote:
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(Sword of Honor Trilogy)

:salut: :wootsign


Perhaps the only self confessed snob admitted into Heaven.


Ah, the power of confession!

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"You seek me", St. Augustine comments, "for the flesh, not for the spirit. How many seek Jesus for no other purpose than that He may do them good in this present life! [...] Scarcely ever is Jesus sought for Jesus' sake" (In Ioann. Evang, 25, 10).

“therefore is my people led away captive, because they have not knowledge … therefore hath hell enlarged her mouth without any bounds” (Is 5:13-14).

But he that shall persevere to the end, he shall be saved. (Mt 24:13)


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The 33 Doctors of the Church by Fr. Christopher Rengers. It is good.


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A Life with Karol by Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz.

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