The Good Bad Boy
The Great Encyclical Letters of Leo XIII
The Christian Reformed in Mind and Manners
Written by Benedict Rogacci, and translated by Fr Coleridge.
This book seeks to reprogram the Christian mentality to bring better focus to God and living one's life to the fullest in His name. In the first meditation on the topic of forgetting God, Rogacci says, “. . .but if this neglect of God is most insulting to Him, it does not, perhaps, do them any harm? On the contrary, it is more injurious and ruinous than words can says” and emphasizes just why it's harmful to be forgetting God and provides ways to focus on remembering God and who He is. This book also touches on mortal sin, the Prodigal Son, death, judgment, and so much more. If you find yourself forgetting to live a life according to Christ and needing help, pick up this book and start getting back on the right track.
400 page book.