A Year With The Catechism

Make serious spiritual strides in 2018

HUNTINGTON, Indiana, February 5, 2018 — More than 40% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. For those whose resolution includes learning more about the Catholic Faith, A Year with the Catechism: 365 Day Reading Plan (Our Sunday Visitor, February 2018) is the perfect book. Readers will find help in reaching their personal goals, learning about the Catholic Faith, and applying that knowledge in their daily lives.

A Year with the Catechism makes the intimidating 900-page Catechism of the Catholic Church accessible. Offering commentary on the entire text of the Catechism, this reading plan brings the treasures of the Catholic Faith to life in manageable, bite-sized pieces perfect for each day of the year.

Written by internationally respected experts, A Year with the Catechism makes the Catechism accessible to all those seeking to deepen their own faith or to teach the Faith to others. It can be read alongside any version of the Catechism, and will give readers a deeper appreciation for the wealth of information and inspiration the Catechism has to offer.

For more information, to request review copies, or to schedule an interview with one of the authors, please contact Jill Adamson at (800) 348-2440, ext. 2547 or jadamson@osv.com.

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