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#1 Paul Cowan

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Posted 13 June 2010 - 03:19 AM

Title: We came, we saw, we converted: The lighter side of Orthodoxy in America
Author(s): Father Joseph Huneycutt
Publisher: Conciliar Press; First edition (January 1, 2010)
ISBN-10: 0982277083
ISBN-13: 978-0982277089
Pages: 232
Sub-Genre: Spiritual Life
Price: $12.71
Links: Amazon.com
Description: Diversity is the sign of a great writer. This is Fr. Joseph's third book and he has touched on the serious "Defeating Sin and Overcoming the Passions" to the practical "One Flew Over the Onion Dome" to now; the funny "We came, We saw, We converted". When I was young and watching Bill Cosby's Fat Albert series on television, I would remember what he would say in the opening credits; "If you're not careful you just might learn something in the end".

Who would have known Elvis Presley was (possibly) named for a saint Elvis from Wales? Pgs.187-192
Jesus likes rides in little red wagons. Pgs. 87-94
God bends the rules. "That's the way Love is. That's the rule". Pgs. 123-128

We Came, We Saw, We Converted is a wonderful book of real and not so real stories of humor that teach a real moral or at least get you to think about your life in relation to yourself, your neighbor and God and how one might want to "shut up, go home and pray more". Pg.13. After listening to Fr. Joseph's podcasts on Ancient Faith Radio for so long and his recap of all the oldies on the radio, HE is my ear worm in this book.


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