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“The Catholic Drinkie’s Guide to Homebrewed Evangelism makes me thirst for a good drink as well a good conversation about Jesus. Sarah Vabulas’ book reminds me of the best of what it means to be Catholic. We are in this world, which means I can enjoy a beer; but I am not of this world, which means I have to also do the work of Jesus while on the earth. While being able to enjoy the fermented fruits of our labors, we have to still do the work in God’s vineyard. Thank you Jesus for evangelization and beer!”
— Marcel LeJeune, Assistant Director of Campus Ministry at St. Mary’s Catholic Center, Texas A&M University
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“Combining history, theology, personal anecdotes, and practical tips, Sarah Vabulas serves up a delicious contribution to the New Evangelization of the tavern and the home bar.”
— Michael P. Foley, author of Drinking With the Saints: The Sinner’s Guide to a Holy Happy Hour
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“The Catholic Drinkie’s Guide to Homebrewed Evangelism is a glimpse into the Church from a fresh, rarely-explored angle. This delightful little book will renew your appreciation for two of God’s greatest gifts to humanity: the Catholic Church and good beer.”
— Jennifer Fulwiler, author Something Other than God and host of The Jennifer Fulwiler Show on SiriusXM
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“Cheers to Sarah Vabulas, the saintly genius behind the fabulous “Catholic Drinkie” apostolate, for penning a book which reminds us that faith, like a great beer, is meant to be savored and shared. Packed full of history, spirituality, and — yes! — homebrew pointers too, The Catholic Drinkie’s Guide to Homebrewed Evangelism calls us each to embrace our own unique role in the New Evangelization. Buy two! This book, like your favorite brew, is too great to keep to yourself!”
— Lisa M. Hendey, Founder of CatholicMom.com and author of The Grace of Yes
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“If beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy, then the histories and recipes in this delightful manual are proof that he also supplies us the means of better appreciating his divine favor! Or did I mean flavor?” — Elizabeth Scalia, author of Strange Gods: Unmasking the Idols in Everyday Life
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"The Pentecost of the Upper Room in Jerusalem was the beginning, a beginning which endures." --Pope Francis
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Scripture is not a dead letter but rather a great, living gift from God. Indeed, it is “spirit and life” to those who will unwrap and embrace it. Topics in this volume include a biblical approach to the “Pentecostal” phenomena. http://bit.ly/spirit-life
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On Resurrection Day, Jesus breathed on His disciples, a gesture odd in itself but packed with meaning for our celebration of Pentecost today. http://bit.ly/1HDPeoa
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This reproduction icon depicts the Apostles gathered to receive the Holy Spirit on Pentecost just 50 days after the Resurrection. Over each Apostle is a tongue of fire. http://bit.ly/pentecosticon
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"PENTECOST is the moment when a heart of stone is shattered and a heart of flesh takes its place." --Father Raniero Cantalamessa
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