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; Nobody's Perfect; 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. Mitch Finley is the author of more than thirty books on themes of interest to Catholic readers, including It's Not the Same Without You: Coming Home to the Catholic Church, The Rosary Handbook, and Key Moments in Church History. He earned a BA in Religious Studies from Santa Clara University and an MA in Theology from Marquette University. To learn more visit www.mitchandkathyfinley.com.
Mitch Finley earned a BA in Religious Studies from Santa Clara University and an MA in Theology from Marquette University. He is the author of more than thirty books on Catholic topics. Mitch has been happily married to counselor, teacher, and author Kathy Finley since 1974. They live in Spokane, Washington, and together they have three grown sons. Visit their website: www.mitchandkathyfinley.com.