Our book club meets in the Rectory every other Thursday, to discuss a book that every member is reading.

The books we chose to read have a catechetical purpose, help us to grow in our faith through deeper theological insights, inspiring biographies or classics who allow for a reflection on some aspect of our humanity in light of the Gospel.

The books our club has read so far are:

  • Biomedicine and Beatitude. An introduction to Catholic bioethics. by Fr. Nicanor Pier Giorgio Austriaco, OP.
  • The Doctor’s dilemma by George Bernard Shaw.
  • The imaginary invalid by Moliere.
  • A song for Nagasaki. The story of Takashi Nagai. Scientist, convert, survivor of the Atomic bom by Paul Glynn, S.M.
  • Dear and glorious physician. A historical novel about St. Luke by Taylor Caldwell.
  • The end of the affair by Graham Greene.
  • Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.
  • Quo Vadis.
  • A history of Christianity by Paul Johnson.
  • Saints Of The American Wilderness: The Brave Lives And Holy Deaths Of The Eight North American Martyrs.

We are currently reading “The cross in the sand”. 
The next meeting will take place on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 7:30 PM in the Rectory.