Young Mans’ Catholic Box
1 – Learning To Serve
1 – Soldier For Christ
1 – Young Man’s Guide
1 – St. Michael Prayer Card
Learning to Serve: This 1961 classic contains all the valuable information that a young man needs in order to learn how to serve the traditional Latin Mass–yet it is so much more than just “nuts and bolts.” After reading this book, boys will come away not only with an understanding of the parts of the Mass and the role they must fulfill; they will also have a true sense of the privilege with which they will be entrusted, and the ways in which they must advance in order to be worthy of that honor.
Soldier For Christ: Any book on the sacrament of Confirmation can explain what Confirmation is, but this is the only book that explains, in the most original and engaging manner, what Confirmation does. It is both a dialogue and a travelogue, taking the reader on a journey from the Crusades to the Crimea; from medieval ceremonies of Knighthood to early modern methods of warfare.
Young Man’s Guide: Father Lasance’s Catholic Girl’s Guide, published in 1906, found immediate success among Catholic readers, and the natural demand for a companion volume gave rise to The Young Man’s Guide in 1910. Both have a similar format and similar material, though each is geared specifically for its particular audience.