From playing video games to sleeping-in, teens can think of countless things they would rather do than go to Mass on Sunday morning. That is, unless they knew what they were missing. ?Do I Have to Go?? explains the meaning and the mystery of Mass in such a way that teens will be asking, ?Why wouldn?t I go??
From playing video games to sleeping-in, teens can think of countless things they would rather do than go to Mass on Sunday morning. That is, unless they knew what they were missing. “Do I Have to Go?” explains the meaning and the mystery of Mass in such a way that teens will be asking, “Why wouldn’t I go?”
"Do I Have to Go? 101 Questions about the Mass, the Eucharist, and Your Spiritual Life" is primarily written for teenagers and young adults who are questioning the reason for needing to go to Mass each Sunday. Yet, Matthew Pinto and Chris Stefanick have gone far beyond their intended purpose. This book is a succinct study in why our Mass is the way it is and the benefits it holds for our lives. It is worthwhile for anyone who wants to learn more about the Mass. The question and answer format mak
Matthew Pinto is the author of the best-selling question-and-answer book Did Adam & Eve Have Belly Buttons? (Ascension Press, 1998), co-author (with Jason Evert) of Did Jesus Have a Last Name? (Ascension Press, 2005), and creator of the Friendly Defenders Catholic Flash Cards series. Matt is co-founder of several Catholic organizations, including CatholicExchange.com and Envoy magazine, and the creator, with Jeff Cavins, of the Amazing Grace series of books. Matt and his wife, Maryanne, live in Pennsylvania with their five sons.
Chris Stefanick is the director of youth, young adult, and campus ministry for the Archdiocese of Denver. He is a highly sought-after national speaker, and his dynamic keynotes, retreats, and chastity assemblies have inspired tens of thousands of young people to a deeper love for Jesus Christ and the Church. Chris regularly appears on Relevant Radio as the vice president of the Dead Theologians Society, and on Catholic Answers Live as a chastity speaker for the Pure Love Club. He and his wife, Natalie, live in Colorado with their four children. To learn more about Chris, go to www.chris-stefanick.com