Will your eternal soul gain a cap and gown?
Open Letters to Catholic Graduates is unique in its emphasis on the transition between college and the secular world, an emphasis sorely needed for the young Catholic today. Graduates are confronted with the task of facing the world and making something of themselves, which can be simultaneously exciting and perilous.
Graduates today will certainly feel the strong pull of the secular world and its allurements, but Dr. Lavin reminds them to not lose focus. Open Letters to Catholic Graduates exhorts graduates from high school and college to reaffirm their essential mission in life: to get to heaven.
In his Open Letters, Lavin writes on topics of taking salvation seriously, forming true friendships, the dangers of capital sins, using psychology as a helpful aid, one’s final end, and more.
Anyone transitioning from their stage in life into a morally ambiguous environment should read this book.
|Publisher:||Leonine Publishers LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
Table of Contents
Section I: Open letters to Catholic graduates preparing to enter secular society
Section II: Open letters on the capital sins and temptation
Section III: Open letter on how psychology can help you
Section IV: Open letter on preparing for the end of life