How To Be A Catholic Hipster. The Catholic Hipster Handbook by Tommy Tighe Ave Maria Press
Do you know about all the coolest Catholic Twitterers, the best Catholic music, the loveliest prayers and the most interesting Catholic blogs? This handbook by Tommy Tighe will help you find all of these! It’s not just a frivolous guide, however. It also contains articles about important Catholic doctrines and history, and it’s worth keeping whether you are a cradle Catholic, a convert or even undecided! I greatly enjoyed it. I am not sure about going to a Tridentine Mass, however. Although it sounds interesting, it’s a hard idea to get used to. This section did remind me that my parents were shocked that the Mass was in Latin until recently, and I liked the thought of going to a service in Latin when I was a child!
I especially liked the fact that one of the authors reminded readers that the first duty of a Catholic (and, arguably all Christians) is to give.
I received this free ebook from Net Galley in return for an honest review.