Book Notes: Tweeting with God

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Don’t let the title fool you.

God doesn’t tweet.

But Tweeting with God was born from an effort to touch on 200 hard questions about living our faith as well as Catholic history, background and prayer and sacramental life. Each 2-page chapter in this book takes on a question (140 characters or less) and gives as much in-depth information as possible in two short pages–and closes with another tweet-sized summary.

Author Fr. Michel Remery, a Catholic priest from the Netherlands, does not shy away from tough questions of morality and Catholic life. Answers are logical, easy to understand, and based on the Bible and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

This book would make an excellent study for a youth group or young-adult ministry, and I’d definitely recommend it as a Confirmation gift.

If reading this book whets your appetite for more, you can “like” Tweeting with God on Facebook and follow @TweetingwGOD on Twitter. In addition, there are FREE iOS and Android apps that offer bonus content: scan the photos in the book with either app and you’ll get even more info on that topic! The app highlights the tweet of the day, shows all the tweets, offers a guide to the Mass responses in several languages, and contains a robust prayer section as well.

Visit the Tweeting with God website to find out more about this movement and find out how to send in your own questions!

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Barb Szyszkiewicz is a wife, mom, Secular Franciscan and freelance writer. Her three children range in age from high school to young adult, and she enjoys writing, cooking, and reading. Barb volunteers at the school library and is a music minister at her parish. She is also an avid Notre Dame football and basketball fan. Barb blogs at FranciscanMom and shares her family’s favorite recipes with nutrition information for diabetics at Cook and Count.

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