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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 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,

Hello, Faithful Readers!


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


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, 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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