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Monday, July 10, 2006

Nick's Catholic Classics Reading List, Part VII

Here is part seven of Nick’s Catholic Classics Reading List. See this page for a further explanation of where this list came from.

Books that showed up on 1 of 16 lists, authors I-M:
St. Ignatius of Antioch — Letters
St. Ignatius Loyola — Letters and Instructions
St. Ignatius Loyola — Autobiography
St. Irenaeus — The Presentation of the Apostolic Preaching
St. Irenaeus — Against Heresies
St. Jerome — Letters
St. Jerome — On Illustrious Men
Pope John XXIII — Journal of a Soul
Pope John Paul II — Crossing the Threshold of Hope
St. John Chrysostom — On the Priesthood
St. John Chrysostom — Address on Vainglory
St. John Chrysostom — The Right Way for Parents to Bring up Their Children
St. John of the Cross — Ascent of Mount Carmel
Johannes Jorgensen — Saint Bridget of Sweden
Johannes Jorgensen — Saint Catherine of Siena
Johannes Jorgensen — Pilgrim Walks in Franciscan Italy
Johannes Jorgensen — Jorgenson: An Autobiography
Charles Journet — The Church of the Word Incarnate
Charles Journet — The Primacy of Peter
Charles Journet — The Meaning of Grace
Charles Journet —The Wisdom of Faith: An Introduction to Theology
St. Justin Martyr — The First and Second Apologies
Ronald A.Knox — A Spiritual Aeneid
Ronald A.Knox — The Belief of Catholics
Ronald A.Knox — A Commentary on the Gospels
St. Maximilian Kolbe — Personal Letters
St. Maximilian Kolbe — Spiritual Writings
St. Maximilian Kolbe — Theological Writings
Peter Kreeft — Christianity for Modern Pagans
Lactantius — The Divine Institutes
Marie Joseph Lagrange — The Gospel of Jesus Christ
Jean Leclercq — Love of Learning and the Desire for God
Edward Leen — Progress Through Mental Prayer
Edward Leen — In the Likeness of Christ
Edward Leen — The Church before Pilate
Edward Leen — The Holy Ghost and His Work in Souls
C. S. Lewis — The Problem with Pain
C. S. Lewis — Mere Christianity
C.S. Lewis — Till We Have Faces
St. Alphonsus de Liguori — The Holy Eucharist
St. Alphonsus de Liguori — The Glories of Mary
St. Alphonsus de Liguori — The Passion and Death of Jesus Christ
St. Alphonsus de Liguori — The Way of Salvation and Perfection
Venerable Louis of Granada — The Sinner's Guide
Lawrence Lovasik — The Hidden Power of Kindness
Arnold Lunn — Now I See: Autobiography
Arnold Lunn — The Revolt Against Reason
Arnold Lunn — Switzerland, Its Literary, Historical, and Topographical Landmarks
Arnold Lunn — A Saint in the Slave Trade: Peter Claver, 1581-1654
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque — Autobiography
Jacques Maritain — An Introduction to Philosophy
Jacques Maritain — Prayer and Intelligence
Joseph Columba Marmion — Christ, the Life of the Soul
Joseph Columba Marmion — Christ in His Mysteries
Luis M. Martinez — True Devotion to the Holy Spirit
Georgina Masson — Companion Guide to Rome
Francois Mauriac — St. Margaret of Cortona
Francois Mauriac — The Eucharist
Francois Mauriac — Viper's Tangle
Alice Meynell — Poems: Complete Edition
Alice Meynell — Essays
Walter Miller, Jr. — A Canticle for Leibowitz
James Monti — King's Good Servant but God's First
St. Thomas More — A Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation
St. Thomas More — Thomas More's Prayerbook
Malcolm Muggeridge — Something Beautiful for God

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