Written by two Catholic deacons, the fifty-two discussion plans, one for every week of the year, can be used in a small-group setting or individually. Either way, they offer men the opportunity to grow in their love for God, the church, and their families, and to joyfully embrace the call to live an authentic Christian life.
128 pages, softcover.
"Signposts is a positive affirmation of Catholic teaching. I highly recommend this book to all men of good will."
Most Reverend Eusebius J. Beltran, Archbishop of Oklahoma City
"Any man working through these fifty-two chapters will come away changed and renewed!"
Rear Admiral U.S.N. Jeremiah A. Denton, former U.S. Senator and Vietnam POW
"Firmly rooted in Sacred Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, this book will, I am confident, with God's grace, enrich many lives. With enthusiasm, I recommend it."
Most Reverend Carl K. Moeddel, Vicar General, Archdiocese of Cincinnati
"This book will help men struggling to be faithful disciples to grow "in the Lord" and gain brothers in the pilgrimage to the Kingdom."
Father John A. Pentuskey, Pastor, St. John the Baptist Parish, Edmond, Oklahoma
"What a great book! Signposts: How To Be a Catholic Man in the World Today will help us in preparing for our men's meetings. The subject matters covered will help strengthen our faith, solve our struggles, and guide all of us to be better Catholics in the home and workplace."
Gerry Faust, University of Akron, Former head football coach, University of Notre Dame