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Light and Leaven: The Challenge of the Laity in the Twenty-First Century - 5 For $50

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Bishop Joseph Strickland is one of the Church’s boldest and most courageous leaders. His outspoken support of orthodox faith and morals, the sanctity of unborn life, and reforming Catholic institutions have made him a hero even to Catholics outside his little East Texas diocese.

In Light and Leaven he offers a forthright perspective on the state of the Church and the world today and calls on the lay faithful to meet its challenges unflinchingly. We must not shrink from the culture, he says, but be a light to it; we must not retreat from the world but leaven it with grace and truth.

In his direct and conversational manner, Bishop Strickland touches on a wide range of topics, including Church renewal in a time of scandal, the central importance of the Eucharist, how to build strong marriages, the need for prayer and silence in a noisy and distracted age, and the battle between good and evil in which all Christians are engaged. He will inspire and edify you with his wise insights, pastoral common sense, and evident love for souls.

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Author:
Bishop Joseph Strickland
Format:
Hardcover, 224 pages - 5 Copies
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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Light and Leaven

    Posted by Isabella on Feb 24th 2021

    A perfect title. I loved this little book. It is not daunting. I read it in one sitting because I kept wanting to read. It is interesting and uplifting in this difficult time we live in. I purchased one for myself when it first came out but after I read it, I purchased the 5 for $50 just to give away to friends.

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    Book. Light and Leaven

    Posted by Sharon Picchioni on Jan 13th 2021

    Wonderful book, gave them all out , 3 to priests.

  • 5
    Light and Leaven

    Posted by Cecilia J. Hall on Jan 2nd 2021

    Excellent reading. Direct language--no long, drawn-out abstract language. Makes the reader think and be aware of our church and it's future.

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