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Why do Catholics Eat Fish on Fridays by Michael P. Foley

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Product Code: B1579

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The Catholic Origin of Just About Everything. Unearthing the present and forgotten Catholic roots of what we say and do in everyday life. Page after page on the surprising Catholic origin of just about everything in holidays, entertainment, plants and animals, politics, and the English language.

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The Catholic Origin of Just About Everything. Unearthing the present and forgotten Catholic roots of what we say and do in everyday life. Page after page on the surprising Catholic origin of just about everything in holidays, entertainment, plants and animals, politics, and the English language. Not written specifically for traditional Catholics, but an impressive body of fascinating study proving the indelible yet often unrecognized mark of Catholic belief in the present-day world, even in modern non-Catholic societies, which resonate with the influence of Catholic ways and words: “GOODBYE" is an Old English variation of “God be with ye" ; CHAMPAGNE pioneered by Benedictines; St. Augustine, Father of SNACK FOOD; The game of LA CROSSE is derived from the French missionary word crozier. An interesting thing happens when you read this book. All of a sudden, you become aware that the littlest and most common things and events of the day are echoes of the Catholic Faith and spark your recollection. Indexed.

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Product CodeB1579
Stock StatusSorry, out of stock
KeywordsGeneral books Defending the Faith
AuthorMichael P. Foley
BindingPaperback.
ISBN9781403969675
Number of Pages214
PublisherAngelus Press