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Bookmark Brief: How To Read Your Way To Heaven

April 25, 2017 by  
Filed under Books, How Read Way to Heaven, Liz Estler, Vicki Burbach, Videos

Bookmark Brief:
Vicki Burbach on Her Book
“How To Read Your Way To Heaven”

 

Hello, Faithful Readers!

for post on Bookmark BriefAs you may recall, Vicki Burbach has a new book out titled How to Read Your Way to Heaven: A Spiritual Reading Program for the Worst of Sinners, the Greatest of Saints, and Everyone In Between. EWTN's Doug Keck has put together a mini-interview of our own Vicki Burbach, who you may recognize as our SpiritualDirection.com Book Club founder. This EWTN “Bookmark Brief” is in anticipation of Doug's upcoming full-length “Bookmark” show on Vicki's book. Stay tuned! We plan to bring you the complete interview when it becomes available later on. In the meantime — and without further ado, please enjoy this offering of what promises to be a very interesting discussion.

Love and blessings,
Liz

Hello, Faithful Readers!

 

Vicki's book How to Read Your Way to Heaven is available for purchase by clicking here.

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for post on Vicki Burbach's Bookmark Brief clipArt for this post on Vicki Burbach's “Bookmark Brief” appearance: Video courtesy EWTN and used with permission. Cover of Vicki's book How to Read Your Way to Heaven, also used with permission.

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About Liz Estler

Editor, SpiritualDirection.com. Liz holds a Master of Arts in Ministry Degree (St. John's Seminary, Brighton, Massachusetts), Liturgy Certificate (Boston Archdiocese), and a BS degree in Biology and Spanish (Nebraska Wesleyan University - Lincoln). She has served as hospital chaplain associate, sacristan, translator and in other parish ministries. She was a regular columnist for a military newspaper in Europe and has been published in a professional journal. She once waded in the Trevi Fountain!

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  • BetsyRheaume

    Like Vicki, I’m an avid reader of spiritual books. However, it never occurred to me that I would make better progress in applying the principles of those books if I read similar books within a constructed time frame. I look forward to implementing her plan. I hope Sophia Press makes a journal/reading plan that can be purchased separately.

    • LizEst

      In part III of her book, there is a reading plan for one year, three years and five years. The plans are detailed as to what to read for each of the days of the week.

      • BetsyRheaume

        Yes, but I’d like one separate from the book. And while I’m wishing, with binding that allows the pages to lie flat. 🙂

        • LizEst

          Oh, I see. Something like a workbook!

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