If you are looking for a recommendation of a book for your summer reading list, Archbishop Charles Chaput offers one.
“An Immovable Feast: How I Gave Up Spirituality for a Life of Religious Abundance” by young Catholic author Tyler Blanski tells the story of his compelling, personal spiritual journey.
After reading an advance copy of the book, Archbishop Chaput said he “found it to be the rarest of conversion stories: beautifully written, rich in content, filled with energy, shrewd irony, and humor, and in the end, a great source of hope for the reader. With converts as articulate as Tyler Blanski, the Church is in excellent shape.”
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