A bucket list for Catholics: everything from Baptism to burial!
The demands of modern society often create distance between Catholics and their cultural heritage. Author Earl J. Higgins, a New Orleans native and lifelong Catholic, offers ways to embrace and uphold Catholic influences in everyday life. Suggestions range from simple activities like putting a “Keep Christ in Christmas” bumper sticker on your car (or the more tongue-in-cheek “Jesus Is Coming: Look Busy”) to more devout practices, like lighting an Advent wreath or remembering to make the Sign of the Cross in times of trial and joy. Feeling like you’re drifting from your faith recently? Let this list of 100 tips reconnect you!
About the Author
Retired from the United States Navy and the United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, as the assistant director of staff attorneys, Higgins is a ranger at the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. He is a member of The Catholic Center of Tulane University. His writing is filled with fun facts and humorous anecdotes that give insight into a life of faith. This book is dedicated to his late wife.
100 Catholic Things To Do Before You Die
Written by Earl J. Higgins
208 pp. 97 b/w photos/illus.
RELIGION / Christianity / Catholicism
HUMOR / Topic / Religion