Tweeting with God
#Big Bang, prayer, Bible, sex, Crusades, sin, career
Written by Fr. Michel Remery
Street Date: April 2015 (Ignatius Press).
If you are curious, you ask questions – even about difficult topics. Can Catholic teaching provide answers relevant to your life today? In this book you will find 200 daring questions from young people about God, faith, prayer and morality. Fr. Michel Remery thoughtfully answers them all in Tweets of 140 characters or less, and provides expanded explanations based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Bible.
Fr. Remery shows how faith is logical, even in the 21st century! He introduces you to Jesus, shows you how to pray, and explains the sacraments. He explores some of the more difficult chapters of Church history, and helps you to discover what it means to live a good and purposeful life.
This book is ideal for:
- young men and women who are curious about the Catholic faith
- new Catholics and current catechumens
- anyone who wants to share his faith or freshen up his knowledge of the faith
- those who want to speak with others about the faith
It is lavishly illustrated with color images on every page of the book.
Fr. Michel Remery is a Dutch Catholic priest. After studying architecture at the university level, he worked for the Dutch Royal Air Force and then an engineering company in the Baltic States. Later, after finishing his theological studies in Rome, he completed a dissertation at the Pontifical Gregorian University on the relationship between liturgy and architecture. He was a member of an advisory commission for new media and youth at the Vatican Internet Service and worked with young people and university students in Leiden, Netherlands. He is currently vice secretary general of the Council of European Episcopal Conferences (CCEE). Follow him on Twitter @DonMichelRemery.
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