Saturday, February 23, 2008

Free Books!


I've finally started to set up a reading/prayer room in our new house, and as I go through my Catholic books, I find I have some duplicates, and some others I would like to give away. If anyone would like a copy of the book The Dogma of Hell, plus How to Avoid It, by Fr. Schouppe & Thomas A. Nelson, published by Tan, please leave a comment here, and email me with your contact info. You can find my email address by clicking on my profile. (Oh, the ones in the bookcase are keepers, sorry!)

I will be giving away some others in the next few weeks, and as I get further organized, I will be posting them here.

6 comments:

Marilena said...

do you have any books on saint therese? you could mail it to me and i will send it back. i know you have a nice collection, so do you mind if i ask to borrow one of your books? i have a book on saint philomena. do you want to borrow it? it is a good book:)

Marilena said...

stop by my blog, there is an award for you on it:)

paramedicgirl said...

Marilena, the only book I have on St. Therese is The Story of a Soul, which I think you have already read. I also have a book on St Philomena. I did find a hardcover book of yours, though, about Marian Shrines, which I will return to you at our family get together in April.

Anita Moore said...

TAN publishes some very good books. You can usually trust TAN for orthodoxy.

One of my fast-growing favorites is St. Alphonsus Ligouri (TAN, by the way, publishes an excellent biography of him). I like anything by him; I would love to get my mitts on The Glories of Mary and his masterwork, Moral Theology.

paramedicgirl said...

Anita, I also love to read St. Alphonsus Ligouri, and I have the Glories of Mary. Thanks for the idea! I've been looking for a good spiritual Lenten book to read, and I think you just gave it to me!

BTW, I have his book, Duties and Dignity of the Priesthood. It is an amazing book! Every priest should read it. I also have his book Preparation for Death, but I have yet to read it. My sister read it and loved it.

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

TAN is a very orthodox publishing company. The doctorine of hell and how to avoid it, I think I have that one, I'll look through my Library and get back to you asap on that!. TAN has become the structure for my CII classes :)