Tolle et Lege: Book Conversations
Want to go deeper in our Catholic faith?
Consider coming to Tolle et Lege book conversations, which is a conversation over a different book each month (option of morning or evening session), led by Brad Macke, Director of Adult Faith Formation.
Tolle et lege is Latin for “take and read”, which St. Augustine heard a voice say to him toward the beginning of his conversion to Christianity. His conversion involved his heart and his “head” (intellect) – a reminder that the Catholic faith affirms the importance of growing intellectually, since the more we KNOW Jesus, the more we can LOVE Him.
We will read a variety of books ranging from general Catholic topics, to spiritual writing for meditation, to works of literature. Books are typically purchased by the parish in bulk (discounted), then for sale in the parish office. See the line up of selected books and the schedule on this page.
Contact Brad Macke with questions, comments, or to be added to the email list: 513.661.6565, ext. 2743 or email@example.com.
Monday, July 11 from 7:30-9pm (only) in the Ignatius Center
The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald
Monday, August 8 from 7:30-9pm (only) in the Ignatius Center
The Spirit of the Liturgy by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
Vatican II Summer Study Series (stand alone study)
Taking place on the following Wednesdays from 10am-11:30am in the Ignatius Center:
June 29 – The Sacred Liturgy
July 13 – The Church
July 27 – Divine Revelation
August 10 – The Church and the Modern World
The Vatican II Collection from Word on Fire • Cost $15
February – Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist by Dr. Brant Pitre
March – Time for God by
Fr. Jacques Philippe
April – The Dry Wood by Caryll Houselander
May – Reclaiming Vatican II by Fr. Blake Britton