Teresa Tomeo’s Beyond Sunday Book and Study Series calls Catholics to a New Movement
HUNTINGTON, Indiana, May 12, 2018 — In her new book, study guide, and video series, Beyond Sunday: Becoming a 24/7 Catholic, Catholic talk show host, author, and international speaker, Teresa Tomeo gets real about what it takes to live as a Catholic every day of the week. “For far too many Catholics, faith is mostly defined by Mass attendance. This happened to me, as well,” explains Tomeo. “For many years I kept God and my faith in a neat little box during the week and opened it only on Sundays when I went to Mass and closed it again after I came home from Mass. Taking my faith ‘Beyond Sunday’ helped lead me to true joy and peace in my life that I had always been longing for.”
Renowned Jesuit Biblical scholar and EWTN host, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. explains, “From beginning to end, Teresa Tomeo offers insight on living our Catholic Faith every day of the week ‘not to condemn but to encourage.’ Wonderful, practical ideas will help every reader find guidance to holiness step-by-step and day-by-day.”
Dr. Edward Sri says, “Teresa Tomeo takes readers deeper in the Faith in such an engaging and accessible way.” Janet Morana, Tomeo’s co-host of EWTN’s The Catholic View for Women agrees. “Through practical tips and humor, Tomeo appeals to all Catholics from different walks in life and help them grow in their relationship with Christ and can really open their eyes to the treasures of the Catholic Faith.”
“Beyond Sunday isn’t just a book you will pick up and put back down,” says Tomeo, “but truly a movement to discover who you are and grow in your relationship with Christ and that will change the lives of Catholics and parishes everywhere.” Chris Stefanick, founder of Real Life Catholic explains, “Tomeo invites us to ignite the fire within and shows us like a beacon a practical way how. Everyone should read this book. Everyone.” Bishop Robert Barron calls Beyond Sunday, “an inspiring call to action for Catholics from all walks of life to fully embrace all the beauty and intelligence the Church has to offer.”
Beyond Sunday: Becoming a 24/7 Catholic challenges Catholics to pursue an exceptional way of living that goes beyond the pew on Sunday. The accompanying eight-week study guide, co-authored by Gail Coniglio, also has an accompanying video series which is designed to help readers grow in steadfast faith with a community of people alongside them, making it perfect for parish groups. Tomeo and Coniglio are planning to offer Beyond Sunday Parish Missions with the hope of reigniting Catholics and parishes across the nation.
For more information, to request review copies, or to schedule an interview with Teresa Tomeo, please contact Jill Adamson at (800) 348-2440, ext. 2547 or email@example.com.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Teresa Tomeo is a syndicated Catholic talk show host, author of numerous books, and an international speaker. She owns her owns speaking and communications company, Teresa Tomeo Communications, LLC. Teresa and her husband, Deacon Dominick Pastore, live in Michigan, and speak around the world about marriage, based on their book, Intimate Graces. Connect with Teresa via her website, www.TeresaTomeo.com, on Facebook @MrsTeresaTomeo, and on Twitter @TeresaTomeo.
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