Q & A Books

Q & A Books

The Catholic Answer Book by Father Peter Stravinskas


Hundreds of answers to questions about Catholic beliefs and practices.


Did Adam and Eve Have Bellybuttons? by Matthew Pinto 


The perfect Confirmation gift. Answers 200 questions from Catholic teenagers.


Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments by Randy Alcorn


"This book's logic is unassailable it s research is impeccable; and its scope is monumental. If you have room for only one pro-life book in your library, make sure it is this one" (George Grant, Director, Legacy Communications)


Radio Replies by Fathers Rumble & Carty


In three volumes, the authors examine 4,374 questions about the Catholic Faith. Decades old, but useful as ever.


Tell My Why:  A Father Answers His Daughter's Questions About God by Michael Novak


Novak, a Catholic theologian, answers 12 questions (Why should I believe in God? Why are there so many religions?) from his twenty-something daughter.


What Catholics Really Believe: Setting the Record Straight by Karl Keating


Keating addresses 52 common misconceptions about the Catholic faith that are held by many Catholics and other Christians, such as papal infallibility, the place of Mary, annulment and divorce, and more.


Where we got the Bible by Henry G. Graham

* recommended by Phyllis Miller


Charlie Meiser gave this book to all his facilators. It is a  book about where we got the Bible. He should be credited for this recommendation. He loves it! If you want a personal opinion ask Charlie or Cathy Morrison. They have both read it several times. I have read only parts.

Note on back of book: The Bible is Catholic. In "Where We Got The Bible" Henry Graham explains how the Catholic Church compiled the sacred text, how medieval monks preserved it, and how Catholic scholars, not Protestant Reformers, first gave Christians the Bible in their own languages. Along the way Graham destroys myths about Catholic opposition to Scripture.

To his lively history of the Bible is joined his conversion story, "From the Kirk to the Catholic Church." Brought up a Calvinist in Scotland, Graham became a minister but found himself irrestibly drawn toward the Catholic faith, eventually becoming a Catholic bishop.


Responses to 101 Questions on the BIBLE {Paulist Press}
 by Raymond E. Brown, S.S.

* recommended by Dan Letourneau


The late Fr. Raymond Brown is considered one of the authorities of the Holy Bible in the Catholic Church having been recognized by universities in the USA and Europe with some twenty honorary doctoral degrees. He was probably "the premier Catholic scripture scholar" in the US. Through his career of lecturing on the Bible, Raymond Brown chose 101 of the most commonly asked questions on the Bible covering a wide range of subjects. This book is a must for anyone studying and praying with the Holy Scriptures.