Monday, September 27, 2010

My Book Is Finally Out!!!

My first book, Set Free to Love: Lives Changed by the Theology of the Body (Servant Books) is now out and I am very excited about it. I should receive my fist shipment in a few days.

Here is the Publisher's description:
Discover the theology of the body—your life will never be the same.

Each of the stories in Set Free to Love will help you hear the same call to live out the gift of love in your own life, in your own way. These are stories from Catholics in all walks of life, including college students, married persons, professionals, and clergy. The conversions include struggles with pornography, abortion, sexuality, same sex attraction, and issues in married life and the priesthood, revealing how the theology of the body brought about extraordinary change in each person's life.
If you live in Bryan/College Station, then you will be able to buy copies at St. Mary's front desk later this week. I will even autograph a copy is you want me to.

If you are out of town, you can order from my website (and I will autograph as well).

While you can always order from my publisher, Amazon, or some other seller, I always encourage you to buy directly from the author when possible, because the few extra dollars they make each time helps them out a little.

Thanks to everyone who has been supportive through the entire project - esp. the contributors to the book.

4 comments:

Josephus Flavius said...

Theology of the Body has been rent apart by stuff like this: http://dawneden.blogspot.com/2010/08/theology-of-body-and-mystical-magical.html

I hope this book is a corrective (or at least speaks in a more reasonable vein) than previous treatments of the topic.

George @ Convert Journal said...

Congrats Marcel!

I have a good friend who also just published a book and have a real appreciation of how challenging it is to do it. Now that you know the ropes, I hope this is the first of many.

timh said...

Done!

djalk said...

Congratulations Marcel. You have made the Aggies proud. I can't wait to get a copy.