07 July 2007

Free books

As I added more of my books to my Library Thing, I discovered three duplicate sets of books. I really must be more careful of how I collect and acquire books. The first person to request one of these books will receive them:
  • Mystagogy by Enrico Mazza (New York: Pueblo Publishing Company, 1989.
  • Christian Initiation: Baptism in the Medieval West: A Study in the Disintegration of the Primitive Rite of Initiation by J.D.C. Fisher (Chicago/Mundelein, Illinois: Hillenbrand Books, 2004).
  • King Arthur: Dark Age Warrior and Mythic Hero by John Mathews (New York: Carlon Publishing Group, 2004).


  1. Dear Father, after having previously benefited from your generosity, would it be excessive to covet another of your books, the one on Christian Initiation: Baptism in the Medieval West? I have always been fascinated on how our Catholic rites differ from the Greeks, especially in the order and timing of the sacraments.

  2. Nice of you to offer Father, I thought I would throw in my hat for the King Arthur book for Joey. BTW, good idea. I know I have duplicate books too.
    Mahalo for the chance.

  3. Andrew: No problem.

    Esther: You're welcome.

    Both: Send an e-mail to dzehnle[at]gmail[dot]com with your address and the books will be on their way.

  4. Many thanks, Father.

  5. Anonymous11:18 AM

    Is Mystagogy spoken for?

  6. Not yet, Anonymous. Shall I hold it back for you?

  7. Anonymous3:30 PM

    Father, I am probably glancing over it, but could you please provide a direct link to your "Library Thing" account? I would love to see the books you have.

    God Bless and Thank You,