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Post  princess garnet on Wed Jun 13, 2012 5:43 pm

Thought I'd share these two books I read a month or so ago. If you know someone who is Eastern Catholic or just curious, these titles may be of interest:
101 Questions & Answers on the Eastern Catholic Churches by Edward Faulk
As the title states, this is a great Q&A book about Eastern Catholic Churches. Mr. Faulk is a bi-ritual deacon in the Latin and Eastern rites so he has personal experience.

Rome and the Eastern Churches by Fr. Aidan Nichols, O.P.
This book discusses Rome's relations with the Orthodox Churches; it has been revised and updated. (2nd ed.) It's a heavy yet rewarding read.

Aquinasandmore.com has a speciality section on Eastern Catholicism, which is where I first saw these titles:

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Post  Mata Hari on Thu Jun 14, 2012 9:40 pm

This is very helpful. Thank you!!! I love you I love you

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