The Seeker's Guide to Being Catholic by Mitch Finley

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Mitch Finley once again taps into the hearts and minds of Catholics--and those curious about Catholicism--everywhere. Recognizing that being Catholic today means being a seeker, a pilgrim, a persons with questions, doubts, and insecurities, Finly invites readers to explore with him the riches of the Catholic tradition. By sharing his own love for and understanding of Catholicism, he joins seekers in asking Who are we and what do we want from our faith? Why be Catholic?

About Mitch Finley

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Mitch Finley is a prolific and popular author of many books and articles. He has a bachelor of arts degree in religious studies from Santa Clara University and a master of arts degree in theology from Marquette University. Mitch has worked as a syndicated columnist, freelance writer, editor, and speaker for the past two decades.
Published April 1, 1997 by Loyola Press. 180 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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With opening and closing chapters that deftly summarize Catholic beliefs, the book's main focus is on Catholic experience, including relationships, work, spirituality, ethics and parish life.

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