The Catholic Book Club is a great way to explore the riches of the Catholic literary tradition in community.  

They read one book per month and then gather on the 4th Thursday at 7pm in the Main Conference Room to share and discuss what they’ve read.  About half of their reading is Catholic fiction, while the rest is comprised of biographies/autobiographies of the Saints, works on Catholic spirituality, and even the occasional Vatican document.  

Recent books have included Robert Hugh Benson’s Lord of the World, Bishop Robert Barron’s The Strangest Way, and the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy from Vatican II.  

Contact Renee Mitchell at for more information.