Letters to a young catholic is a solid book and i would cheerfully recommend it to some readers but i think weigel undermined part of his case with his strange tone not a bad book by any means but weigel could have had a home run here and seemed to have settled for a double read more 10 people found this helpful. George weigels reflective tour of roman catholicism in epistolary form letters to a young catholic is a work both conservative and inspiring despite my liberal leanings his letters open with specific sites as expressions and bearers of faith historical resonance and contemporary meaning. Covering the realities that each young person faces details in this remarkable exploration of the catholic world prominent catholic author and papal biographer george weigel offers a luminous collection of letters to young catholics not so young catholics and curious souls who wonder what it means to be catholic today. Letters to a young catholic consists of fourteen letters chapters addressing the key elements that weigel considers important to modern catholics and to all christian disciples some of weigels writing discusses practices particular to the catholic church but even these apply and are relevant to christians in general
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