The Best of What We Believe... Why We Believe it: Volume IIIRegular price $12.95 Save Liquid error (snippets/product-template line 127): Computation results in '-Infinity'%
Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy, whose real name is Addledorf Clinkerdaggar Rostefuten (see why he goes by Joe Sixpack?), is one of the most sought after and orthodox teachers of all things Catholic in America today. With his quick wit, engaging style, and in-your-face presentation of immutable truth, Joe Sixpack is a breath of fresh air in a Church marked by scandal, turmoil and a mass exodus of the laity.
Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy has been a lay evangelist for more than thirty-years. He has made hundreds of converts via one-on-one and small group venues, but that sort of evangelistic activity came to an end when he had a devastating and debilitating stroke in 2016. As it turns out, God had a plan when He allowed Joe to have that disabling stroke.
Between the scandals of the last decade, the catechetical illiteracy of the laity, the loss of Catholic lay people at the rate of six leaving to every one new Catholic gained, and his new disabilities, Joe Sixpack began to realize his “new normal” would have to cause his focus to shift from making converts to helping the Catholic laity navigate the tumultuous waters of angst and confusion Satan has stirred within the Church. Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy began his new mission by starting the What We Believe... Why We Believe It Sunday bulletin inserts (from which this book originates). Then he launched the wildly popular JoeSixpackAnswers.com website, began providing free weekly webinars for the lay faithful, producing DVDs and CDs of various Catholic topics, prolifically writing books, and now also hosts The Cantankerous Catholic podcast.
Joe Sixpack—The Every Catholic Guy’s motto—“Give Me Souls; Keep The Rest”—explains why he works tirelessly to reach out to as many Catholics he can. Also, another thing he tries to help other Catholics understand and apply in their own lives in these uncertain times is the meaningful message of his battle cry: “Comfort And Conviction Don’t Live On The Same Block!”
So grab your favorite beverage, find a comfortable and quiet place to read, then prepare yourself to learn how Catholicism can be the most exciting lived experience you have ever known!