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What was the last Catholic book you read?

November 11, 2011
What's the last Catholic book you read? Or perhaps it’s better to ask how you read that last book. Was it online, or did you listen to it as an audio book? Or, do you still prefer to bench press your hard copy of the Summa? Do you break out your iPhone when you want to follow the readings during mass, or do you pick up your missal from the parish office?
On the latest Perspectives: The Weekly Edition, Pedro delves into the world of Catholic publishing with Joseph Sinasac, Publishing Director of Novalis, and Suzanne Spino, President of Bayard Canada. We learn the difference between big "C" Catholic publishing and little "c" catholic publishing. We also venture out onto the streets of Vancouver to find out what people are reading.
Join us for this discussion tonight on Perspectives Weekly at 7 and 11pm ET / 8pm PT. In the meantime, take part in the discussion on Facebook.
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