You pay a lot for your children’s college education. But, given the minefield of doubts and different beliefs they’ll face on campus, isn’t it worth spending just a little bit to ensure that they don’t come home and tell you they’re now atheists?
Of course it is. And with its new Student Survival Kit, Catholic Answers has put together a group of materials that are perfect for the job. And at a very special price!
This is a package for every young person you know who’s heading off to a college or university, or even out into the world at large. Here’s what you’ll give them:
- Twelve of the top Catholic writers in America—professors, priests, journalists, philosophers, and theologians—have come together in the book Disorientation: How to Go to College Without Losing Your Mind, to dissect the trendy ideas that can lead young Catholics away from the Church. Disorientation is intellectual ammunition for every college student and parent, as it breaks down the history, analyzes the appeal, and debunks the empty promises of wildly popular errors.
- How to Stay Catholic in College is an easy-to-read booklet that delivers exactly what the title promises and will show your children the simple steps for maintaining, and even growing, their faith while away at school—even in the face of temptation and skepticism.
- In the booklet Absolute Relativism: The New Dictatorship And What To Do About It, Chris Stefanick tackles all the tough questions about relativism by showing how bankrupt and impractical it is. Archbishop Charles Chaput calls Absolute Relativism “an excellent resource for anyone seeking to understand the spirit of our times and the challenges we face in a world increasingly without moral compass.”
- Pure Faith is a prayer guide written by Jason Evert for teenagers. But the wisdom it contains is sure to benefit any person—both teen and adult alike. It’s packed with dozens of prayers written by some of the Church’s greatest saints—everything from prayers to Our Lady, to prayers for healing, to prayers to know God’s Will (and everything in between).