The Rosary in Kid Speak

(Dominican Institute, 2017)

The Rosary in Kid Speak was designed to help families pray the rosary with their children. Each mystery includes a piece of sacred art, a description of each mystery in “kid speak”, and instructions on how to pray this treasured method of prayer given to us by Our Lady herself. The digital version of this book can be downloaded for free at It comes as special gift we give to all of our members who enjoy bi-weekly faith formation plans grounded in the philosophy and theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. Each lesson includes a portion of the Summa Theologica in simplified kid speak, Lectio Divina, Saintly Situations, a Read to Me explanation of the Catholic faith, fun activities to do with your family and much more.

99 Ways to Teach Like the Master

(En Route Books and Media, 2014)

99 Ways to Teach Like the Master is a journey into the instructive techniques of Jesus. By learning from the Master, we can learn better how to communicate and impart knowledge to others. Whether it is for the teacher of a small classroom or a large symposium, or a home school parent, T.J.’s insight into the teaching style of Christ is one of a kind and proves to be a useful resource to any teacher.

The Children’s Little Advent Book

(Gracewatch Media, 2016)

The Children’s Little Advent Book is designed to help parents with children ages 4-7 on a journey through Advent to Christmas. Each day’s entry includes a brief Scripture reading, a reflection, discussion questions, a brief prayer, and a simple coloring page for children to complete after praying with their families. With The Children’s Little Advent Book, parents have an Advent resource specifically designed for short family prayer services with young children.

Digital Missionary: How to Evangelize in the Digital World

(Self- Published, 2015)

A lot of people have asked me about the tools I most often use in online ministry. So, I decided to write a book about it:

This book equips Catholics with the tools and practical tips that will allow them to navigate the terrain of the digital content, engage its people and ultimately bring them back into full communion with the Catholic Church. While there are many books written about why we need to evangelize using the Internet and social media, this book explains how to do it successfully. It was designed to help all Internet users of good faith, including parishes, to build their platforms in order to become a beacon for their viewers by attracting them to the goodness, truth and beauty of the Catholic Church. Get this book for free by subscribing to my list. 

Summa 365: Read the Summa Theologica in one Year

(En Route Books and Media, 2015)

One of the things on my bucket list is to read the entirety of Aquinas’ Summa Theologica. The only problem? It is huge! How does one even start reading this behemoth of nearly 3.5 million words?

The answer: A little at a time.

Disclaimer: I didn’t write this book, I merely broke Aquinas’ words into 365 sections so that, if you were so daring to attempt the feat, you could read all of the Summa within one calendar year. You can also receive the free version of it in your email inbox by signing up at

One Body, Many Blogs: A Guide for Christian Bloggers

(Self-Published, 2013)

What do effective Catholic bloggers do?  What makes them so effective? This was the driving question I had back in 2010 when I opened my first blog. Two years later, I still had no idea. So, I decided to take his advice and delve into the Catholic social media scene and ask the modern-day saints of the digital continent for their advice. This book is a collection of answers from some of the most well-known bloggers in the Catholic blogosphere to the following question:

In your opinion, what are the “ten commandments” that Catholic bloggers should keep in mind while pressing on in their digital mission?

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