Books from "My Catholic Life!"

All books from My Catholic Life! are made available to you free of charge as web-based books.  Just click on a book to be directed to the online table of contents.  You may also download the eBooks from the retailers below or purchase in paperback format.

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Paperback & ebook format:

Catholic Daily Reflections Series

 Daily Gospel reflections for the entire liturgical year
Volumes 1-4

A four volume series perfect for daily Mass and private devotion.  Also a helpful resource for priests and deacons looking to enrich their homilies.

Advent and Christmas Reflections

Lent and Easter Reflections

Ordinary Time Weeks 1-17

Ordinary Time Weeks 18-24


Lessons from Saint Thérèse:
The Wisdom of God’s Little Flower

40 Days at the Foot of the Cross:
A Gaze of Love from the Heart of Our Blessed Mother

A perfect devotional for Lent or for any time of year to help you understand and imitate the Immaculate Heart of our Blessed Mother as she endured the suffering of her Son.

Daily Reflections on Divine Mercy:
365 Days with Saint Faustina

 A daily devotional to be used throughout the entire year as a way of continually pondering the incredible mercy of God.  Reflections are based on the Diary of Saint Faustina.

My Catholic Life! Series: Volumes 1-3

A Complete Summary of the Catholic Faith

A down-to-earth and easy-to-read summary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.  Perfect for R.C.I.A., small group study, or for anyone seeking to clearly understand the beauty and wisdom of the Catholic faith. – Google Play – iTunes – Barnes and Noble

My Catholic Faith!
A Summary of the Creed

My Catholic Worship!
A summary of prayer and the Sacraments

My Catholic Morals!
A summary of Catholic morality

The Path to Holiness:
Becoming a Living Sacrifice of Love

“My Catholic Life!” presents the beauty and splendor of the Catholic faith in a practical, faithful and down to earth way.  Written by Monsignor Aaron Brodeski, Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Rockford.