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"Everything we read stimulates our mind to think, and what we think determines what we desire, and desires are the seedbed of our actions. Given this iron law of human nature--from reading to thinking, to desiring, to acting--we are shaping our destiny by the ideas we choose to have enter our minds through print." - Fr. John Hardon, S.J., The Catholic Lifetime Reading Plan

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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Debut Issue of the Literary Compass Newsletter

The first issue of The Literary Compass newsletter is now ready. Have you ever reached the end of a book only to think, "What was that all about?" Or perhaps you turned the last page over and thought, "What a waste of time." If so, then The Literary Compass is exactly what you need. Each month you will receive new tips about how to read the greatest books ever written. The Literary Compass is not about imposing our own interpretation of a book on you; rather, it is about empowering you become a great reader on your own. Our mission with The Literary Compass is to give each person, regardless of background or education, the tools he or she needs to become a thinking, thriving human being by reading great books.

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