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Book Club Archive

Past Discussions

img_5629.jpgOur first selected book was Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion by Gregory Boyle, S.J., founder of Homeboy Industries.

Watch the video discussions by clicking the links below:

Watch Discussion #1 (Intro-Chapter 4)

Watch Discussion #2 (Chapter 5-End of Book)


the-jesuits-guide-to-almost-everything.jpgOur second selected book was The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything: A Spirituality for Real Life  by James Martin, S.J. H'17.

Watch the video discussions by clicking the links below:

Watch Discussion #2 (Chapters 1-4)

Watch Discussion #2 (Chapters 5-9)

Watch Discussion #3 (Chapters 10-End of Book)


barking-to-the-choir.jpgOur third selected book was Barking to the Choir: The Power of Radical Kindship by Gregory Boyle, S.J.

Watch the video discussions by clicking the links below:

 Watch Discussion #1 (Chapters 1-3)

 Watch Discussion #2 (Chapters 4-7)

Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, our third and final discussion of this book was not recorded.


power-glory.jpgOur fourth selected book was The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene.

Watch the video discussions by clicking the links below:

Due to technical issues, our first discussion did not record.

Watch Discussion #2

Watch Discussion #3

 


caste.jpgOur fifth selected book was Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents  by Isabel Wilkerson.

Watch the video discussions by clicking the links below:

 Watch Discussion #1

 Watch Discussion #2   Access Passcode: Caste123*

 Watch Discussion #3   Access Passcode: Caste1018*

learning-to-pray.jpgOur sixth selected book was Learning to Pray: A Guide For Everyone by James Martin, S.J. H'17.

Watch the video discussions by clicking the links below:

Watch Discussion #1   Access Passcode: Learningtopray1

Watch Discussion #2   Access Passcode: Learningtopray2

Watch Discussion #3   Access Passcode: Learningtopray3


he-leadeth-me-book-cover.pngOur seventh selected book was He Leadeth Me: An Extraordinary Testament of Faith by Walter Ciszek, S.J.

Watch the video discussions by clicking the links below:

Watch Discussion #1

 

Watch  Discussion #2