All Are One Catholic Church Library

Hello Friends,

We have been gathering books to share with  each other and in the past we have been putting them out each week for you to take and read. Because it takes a good deal of effort to put these out and pick them up each week, I decided to make this list so you can be aware of what we have and most are kept in the back room unless they are on loan. If you have questions about any of the listings, please be in contact with me. Also, if you have any books you would like to share with others donating them to our library, please bring them to church and I will add them to the list.

All Are One Catholic Church Library

  1. Accidental Saints: Finding God in All the Wrong People by Nadia Bolz-Weber
  2. A Secret World: Sexuality and the Search for Celibacy by A.W. Sipe
  3. Bergoglio’s List: How a Young Francis Defied a Dictatorship and Saved Dozens of Lives by Nello Scavo
  4. Confronting Power and Sex in the Catholic Church: Reclaiming the Spirit of Jesus by Bishop Geoffrey Robinson, Former Auxiliary Bishop of Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia
  5. Good Catholic Girls by Angela Bonavoglia
  6. Here I Am, I Am Ready: A New Model of Ordained Ministry by Juanita Cordero and Suzanne Thiel
  7. I Am Malala by Christina Lamb and Malala Yousafzai
  8. In God’s House by Ray Mouton
  9. Jimmy Carter: A Call to Action-Women, Religion, Violence and Power
  10. Joan Chittister: Her Journey from Certainty to Faith by Tom Roberts
  11. My Journey from Silence to Solidarity by Roy Bourgeois
  12. Pink Smoke over the Vatican by Jules Hart-DVD
  13. Practicing Catholic by James Carroll
  14. Quantum Theology: Spiritual Implications of the New Physics by Diarmuid O’Murchu
  15. Split: A Child, A Priest and the Catholic Church—a memoir by Mary Dispenza
  16. What the Gospels Meant by Garry Wills
  17. Whistle: Fr. Tom Doyle’s Steadfast Witness for Victims of Clerical Sexual Abuse by Robert Blair Kaiser
  18. Women Find a Way: The Movement and Stories of RCWP by Elaine Hainz McGrath, Bridget Mary Meehan and Ida Raming