Christ - by Thomas Ã Kempis, also for $8.50. These are two little books that pack easily for travel and give you much to meditate upon.
Another website that will give you wonderful reading material is Ignatius Press at www.Ignatius.com.
St. Mary, Anacortes has a wonderful library in their Fr. Auer Center, filled with books by Catholic authors.
There are alot of books about Saints. I read one about Father DeSmet, and although he isn't an official Saint, he should be. If you are interested in history of the Western U.S. as I am, you will love this book. If you google his name, there are several books that pop up. Most are written from his numerous letters that the Jesuit Society have kept. He was one of the first explorers of the western United States. Three Presidents asked him for help and advise regarding the Indian Nations as he lived for months with the various tribes.
Another is about Saint Philippine Duchesne by Louise Callan, R.S.C.Q. Amazon carries her books.
Or chose a book written by a Saint. When I was young you would have to go to a library at a monastery or convent to read some of these books, but now they are available for all through bookstores and from the internet. I just downloaded Interior Castle by St. Teresa of Avila audio book for free from the computer. I love Confessions by St. Augustine, another audio book you can download for free. His book, On the Trinity, the longest that he wrote, I downloaded for free - all 300 pages. Catherine of Siena's writings are called The Dialogue. And you can obtain The Sermons of St. Francis de Sales for Lent Given in 1662 from TAN books. TAN books republishes books out of print and many of them are spiritual reading jewels. They have combined with St. Benedict Press to offer new and as well as out of print books. www.tanbooks.com.
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