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To Whom Shall We Go?: Lessons from the Apostle Peter

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To be a Christian today, to follow Our Lord and accept His call to discipleship, demands heroic courage. It takes deep faith to live the particular - special, unique - vocation that's yours alone. Heaven knows it isn't easy. St. Peter knows it, too. He's well aware that even the most enthusiastic and committed Christian can become frightened and unsure, can make mistakes a ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Our Sunday Visitor (IN) (first published May 2nd 2004)
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Julie Davis
I received and read this before Archbishop Dolan was assigned to New York and began receiving so much attention. However, having read this book I felt sure that New York City was receiving a good shepherd.

In To Whom Shall We Go, we are reminded of all St. Peter's strengths, weaknesses, joys, and sorrows. In short, we are shown his humanity as he follows Jesus in the Gospels and Dolan points out how our own natures are reflected in therein as well. This is a simply fantastic book and I say that
"First things first: Every day I want you to close your eyes, enter the sanctuary of your baptized soul, and there realized that God, Himself, dwells."
This book was loaned to me by a friend, but by the time I got to the end I had bought my own copy! It contains a lot of useful and applicable advice - lessons taken from St. Peter, and suggestions for how you can actually apply those lessons to your life. If found it quite valuable and anticipate re-reading it.
I love Archbishop Dolan's writing style! This is a great read.
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