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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Press Release: Catholic Book Summaries: 54 Traditional & Contemporary Classics

State College, PA, May 15, 2013: is pleased to announce the publication of its newest release “Catholic Book Summaries: 54 Traditional & Contemporary Classics” by Matthew Plese.

The purpose of this book is to concisely summarize well-known and important Catholic books. In our modern era, the Faith is under unprecedented assault and Catholics need to be better prepared to defend the Truth now more than ever before. But with the increased proletarization of the world, individual Catholics have little time for true leisure (found in the form of worship) and have even less time to devote to spiritual or academic reading.

This book is intended to present a concise, clear, and accurate presentation of the authors’ words. These are not book reviews – they are summaries which do not pass any judgment on any of the individual authors’ words. Mr. Plese merely summarizes each of these literary works with the hope of making the principles and ideas within these books more widely known.

“Catholic Book Summaries” is a complete summarization of over four dozen Catholic Books. This is an entire library of "must read" Catholic books condensed into one volume. These summaries of the most important Catholic thinkers of all time are not just quick facts. They distill the wisdom of our great Catholic thinkers such as Blessed Cardinal Newman, Archbishop Fulton Sheen, Scott Hahn, GK Chesterton and so many more. This 715 page summary of 54 books sells for just $45.95. That's a great price for a library of this depth!

For more information, the ability to preview the book, and ordering options, please click here.


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