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Rebuilt Faith

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S.,, many churches closed their doors, leaving the faithful to attempt to create community outside parish walls. A number of churches responded to the crisis by redoubling their technological efforts to reach the flock. Livestreamed Masses helped to keep people in touch with Christ and His sacrifice for us.

But in the wake of that health crisis, a number of individuals have decided not to return to church. Wishing to connect with former church-goers...and those who are on the brink of leaving the Church...authors Michael White and Tom Corcoran have responded with a meaningful book that speaks to the hearts of questioning Catholics.

Rebuilt Faith is a book that aids the reader in developing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. In the course of 40 days, individuals lost in the desert can rediscover hope and meaning in religious faith. The highly readable style makes the book an absolute joy to read.

The book includes a daily reading, questions for reflection, and a prayer and a Scripture verse to assist in the faith rebuilding project. While the passages are brief, they are quite inspirational. Whether you stopped going to church long ago, or are just beginning to wonder whether you should attend at all, this is the book for you.

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Sounds like this would be a great book for all those who now decided they'd just rather watch Mass at home and have completely disconnected from their parish family. Thanks for linking to An Open Book.


Yes, definitely. My pleasure!

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