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52 Masses: A Journey to Experience Catholicism Across America

Daniel Markham

This is the June CD of the Month. The mp3 is available now, and the CD will be available on July 1, 2023.

One of the best parts about being Catholic and practicing the faith is the ability to attend mass every day. Daniel Markham, author of the book 52 Masses, ventured across America to celebrate mass in every state. In this talk, he shares his experiences with different parishes around the country and recalls his encounters with unique people he met while on his journey.

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208 pages
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224 Pages
Book size: 5.25" x 8"
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