My title explains itself.
But it’s misleading.
There are more than 40 reasons.
In fact, there are at least ten to the 82nd power, which, I am told, is the number of atoms in the universe. And that’s just in ordinary matter, which makes up only 4.9% of the universe, the rest being dark matter and dark energy.
Each of my reasons is an independent point, so I have not organized this book by a succession of chapters or headings. After all, most readers only remember a few big ideas or separate points after reading a book. (I’ve never heard anyone say “Oh, that was a good continuous-process-of-logically-ordered-argumentation” but I’ve often heard people say, “Oh, that was a good point.”
Which takes me back to my main point: “Why are you a Catholic?” is a good question.
A good question deserves a good answer.
Here are forty of mine.
Aquinas and More Thanksgiving Weekend Sale 11/25/2009
Fr. Vincent Capodanno - Priest of Heroic Virtue 06/01/2009
The Meaning of Lent 01/21/2009
St. Anthony the Great, Founder of Monasticism 01/14/2009
Archbishop Fulton Sheen 01/14/2009
The Seven Capital Virtues 01/06/2009
The Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy 01/06/2009
St. Francis de Sales 01/06/2009
The Seven Capital Sins 01/06/2009
The Amazing Grace Series 12/19/2008