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Vanna Grace:
I would like to find some book on traditional Catholism...but...it has become quite clear to me that everyone on this board is very intelligent (intimidatingly so). Are there any books that won't make brain explode while reading them? Trad lite, if you will. I would not be opposed to children's Trad books. ;)

tmw89:
Have you read Archbishop Lefebvre's Letter to Confused Catholics?  That's always a great starting-point.

Jayne:

--- Quote from: tmw89 on September 08, 2014, 09:02:07 PM ---Have you read Archbishop Lefebvre's Letter to Confused Catholics?  That's always a great starting-point.

--- End quote ---

This was the book that immediately sprang to my mind also.  Since tmw and I are pretty much on opposing ends of the trad spectrum, anything on which we agree acquires a certain significance.  :)

It is available online: http://www.sspxasia.com/Documents/Archbishop-Lefebvre/OpenLetterToConfusedCatholics/

Kaesekopf:
If you have a Kindle (or another ereader and the Calibre software), I have created an eBook from the SSPXAsia OLtCC.

It is attached to this post.

(Note, I created this before Angelus Press offered Open Letter to Confused Catholics in eBook format... it's only $6, and I highly recommend it.  AP offers great eBooks for SO cheap!)
http://www.amazon.com/Open-Letter-Confused-Catholics-ebook/dp/B007BV8V2U/ref=sr_1_9?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1336427806&sr=1-9

Chestertonian:
fisheaters.com haa a lot of resourc

books by michael davies es

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