Mitch Finley's warmhearted recollection of growing up Catholic is more than nostalgia. It's a mixture of fond memories, gentle humor, and lasting gratitude for what he learned in Catholic schools--simple and profound lessons that gave him a solid foundation for living in times marked by turmoil and change. The lessons he writes about include:
Life Is Worth Living;
The World Deserves Our Attention;
Life Needs Prayer Like a Tree Needs Water;
Everybody Has a Vocation;
The Universe Is Sacramental;
God Loves Everybody the Same;
Jesus Is with Us;
And Everybody Has a Guardian Angel.
One need not be Catholic to enjoy this gentle celebration of truths that last. Mitch Finley's journey is one that each of us has taken--and continues to take--in our own way. His joyful reminder is simply cause for more gratitude and plenty of delight.