Companion to Faith booklet a “Fantastic idea” says reviewer

Deacon Nick Donnelly’s booklet Companion to Faith, written for the Year of Faith, has been glowingly reviewed.

Andrew Plasom-Scott praises the text as a “Fantastic idea”, blogging:

“Each chapter contains some [ideas or examples] that you might expect (Fr Finigan’s blog, for example) and some that might be new to you (such as Stuart James’ somewhat eclectic eChurch blog).”

It is meant to be a practical guide for the Year of Faith, which begins in exactly a month, on 14th October. You can read the contents page of the book, as well as an extract, on the CTS website.

The review ends with these encouraging words:

“If you are looking for inspiration to do something different for the Year of Faith, this could well be the book for you. And if you are not, perhaps you should be!”

Companion to Faith by Deacon Nick Donnelly, is available from CTS priced £2.50

Of related interest:

Year of Faith Basics Pack –This pack is ideal for anyone wishing to inform themselves about the year of Faith, and rediscover and deepen their understanding of Catholic Christianity.
Year of Faith Leaflet – This leaflet will help to familiarise Catholics and others with the Year of Faith. You will find plenty of ideas and practical suggestion of how you can take advantage of this special time.
Porta Fidei – Gate of Faith – In this document proclaiming a ‘Year of Faith’ to run from October 2012 up to the feast of Christ the King in 2013, Pope Benedict explains his reasons for calling this year, and how he intends to bring the faithful to a renewed proclamation of the Christian creed.

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