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Thursday, September 17, 2009
Can God be Trusted by Fr. Thomas D. Williams
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Today I learned about a new book by Fr. Thomas D. Williams, entitled Can God be Trusted? For long-time readers of A Catholic Life, remember that Fr. Williams is the author of Greater Than You Think, a book which I wholeheartedly recommended and offered on my blog as a Book Giveaway Contest.

Product Description

Father Williams explores the most common obstacles that prevent people from trusting God, including personal betrayals, unfulfilled expectations, and seemingly unanswered prayers. He then explains what is reasonable to expect from God and offers practical tips for ways to grow in trust.

Williams is becoming a revered voice in the Christian community for his insightful writings on issues that really matter to Christians. In this new book, Father Williams will help readers understand, not only how to trust God in spite of doubts and confusion, but to truly know God can be trusted.

About the Author

FR. THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, LC, is dean of the theology school at the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical University in Rome. He has also worked extensively for Sky News in Britain covering church and ethical issues. For both NBC and Sky News, Williams covered the final illness and death of Pope John Paul II, the 2005 papal conclave, and the election of Pope Benedict XVI. Williams has appeared as analyst on church affairs for CNN, CBS, ABC, and Fox News and now serves as consultant on Vatican affairs for NBC News and MSNBC. Visit his website at www.thomasdwilliams.com.

Can God be Trusted? is available for purchase on Amazon.com

Book Giveaway

Attention Readers of This Blog! I am hosting a book giveaway of "Can God be Trusted?" The first five readers who respond via email with the correct answers to the following questions will win a free copy of "Greater Than You Think".

The following answers can all be found on my website (A Catholic Life). If you do not remember some of these answers, simply search my blog using the search feature in the right-hand column. When you have the answer to each question, email me the answers at acatholiclife[at]gmail.com

In your subject line include the words "Book Giveaway". Be sure to include your mailing address in case you are a winner. If you are a winner, I will notify you. As soon as five winners have been chosen, I will add a note in this post informing everyone that the contest is closed. Only citizens of the United States of America and Canada are eligible for this giveaway. No P.O. Boxes will be accepted.

Deadline: 12 NOON CDT Monday, September 21, 2009

This contest is now closed

Questions:

1) In May 2007 I wrote a statement for a popular Catholic periodical on priestly celibacy. What is the name of that periodical?

2) In the summer of 2007 and 2008 I visited the Institute of Christ the King in what city before watching the afternoon baseball game?

3) According to the Traditionalist Catholic Calendar of 1955 which Feast is celebrated by on the Friday after the First Sunday in Lent? Hint: It is listed under "Movable Masses in Some Places"

4) The Pope's Cologne is a fragrance attributed to which pontiff?

5) What are 3 items from the A Catholic Life Online Storefront that you would be interested in reading?


1 comments:

del_button September 21, 2009 at 5:07 PM
Marjorie said...

I would love to win this book, being a Catholic
we all need a little inspiration from time to
time.


cenya2 at hotmail dot com

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