As we approach the "Year of Faith", which will kick-off on October 11th, what will you be doing to observe this holy year?
I will be reading and reflecting on two newly released books. The first is A Year with the Bible from Saint Benedict Press. Edited by noted Catholic apologist Patrick Madrid, I think this will serve as a wonderful daily devotional. (I do plan to have a review of this product up in the next few days.)
Secondly, to mark the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, I will be reflecting on Ralph Martin's Will Many Be Saved?: What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implication for the New Evangelization published by Eerdmans. This book focuses on the main issues surrounding Lumen Gentium 16 and how it has been interpreted by theologians like Rahner and Balthasar.
So, how about you?