How to Explain What You Believe as a Catholic
By Donald F. Miller, C.SS.R. Impr, 1957.
For anyone who has ever struggled with explaining their Catholic belief, this book would serve as a guide to explanation. This small book comes with 37 different topics with reasonable insight on which readers can prepare themselves for any conversation. This would be a good practice book for anyone on how to remain level-headed on any topics on religion.
From the book, “Above all, don't lose your head. Even when people make calumnious statements about all priests and sisters, or quote the most base interpretations of your Catholic practices, let charity and patience be your guides. Remember that they accused even Our Lord of drunkenness and other crimes, and He was silent. You prove nothing to anybody and you help nobody by becoming angry, sarcastic or bitter.”
64 page booklet.