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  • book lists
  • Catechist Resources
  • Marian Resources

2020 Books Read

Here's what I read in 2020 (regularly updated throughout the year).

Catechist Resources

This is a listing of catechist resources I've found helpful over the years. Hope it helps you!

    Marian Resources

    My devotion to Mary has grown over the years, and since I've been getting an increasing number of requests for my favorite Marian recommendations, here you go. 

      My Books

      It’s sunny. ☀️There’s hope. 🌱 But I still need a hot drink. #chillyair 🥶 But with this mug, I have a smile with every sip. 😍 Shout out to @abbey_limelight for such a lovely work of art! (Go check out her stuff on Etsy!) ...

      22 1

      It has been a good day for a certain boy.
      #itinvolvedcuttingstring #andpretendfarming #anddrivingatractorthroughabasketballgame

      37 2

      It’s not a bad way to start the day:
      ☕️mug from @abbey_limelight
      📚book from @jennortonart @avemariapress
      🔥 inspiration from Holy Spirit 🕊
      What’s your #bookview? Got a favorite morning read going on right now? #Lentitup

      16 2

      The 8th Station’s prayer was just what I needed.
      #astationadayforLent #surrenderall

      25 3

      Wow. 😳 Wow. 🙌 WOW. 🔥💥💫

      Poetic and beautiful, authentic and wrenching, this book examines being real with yourself and opening yourself to all that God has for you. One of my favorite reads...ever. I’m going to be getting a paper copy of it too, because I need to flip back through and revisit the wisdom and insight. Truly, a wow read. @hallielord, you’re my hero now. @jenniferfulwiler, thanks for the rec, when you said @joefulwiler read it in one sitting.

      17 1

      Work-life deliciousness. #lofewithabaker #shebringsmesamples #notgivingupsweetsforlent ...

      24 4

      Because why not?

      20 7

      I’ve been listening to this, in part because I was between classics and my brother mentioned that this is his favorite book. My brother is no reading slouch, and he’s told me this before, but I’ve always sort of looked down my nose at it and thought 🙄🙃 that maybe his taste was questionable.

      Consider me corrected. I’m now a fan. I@ going to need to do more than just borrow this from the library because listening was so delightful and yet I want to see the wonderificness of the words for myself.

      Am I right or am I left?

      If you haven’t read this, go do yourself a favor. Oh my goodness, but we all need some of this!

      15 4