I am excited and thankful to see that many people are taking to Twitter to express their appreciation of the newly revised Catholic edition of The Thrill of the Chaste.
It is a special joy to see the tweet from Bishop John Keenan of the Diocese of Paisley, Scotland, who even includes a photo:
(In other wonderful news, Bishop Keenan has invited me to give a Theology on Tap-style talk on The Thrill of the Chaste (Catholic Edition) in his diocese, which I will do during my upcoming UK tour.)
Nick Alexander, the speaker and musical parodist finds a recent interview of mine to be cause for jubilation:
Rejoice. Dawn Eden's interview (about the "Thrill of the Chaste") w/Relevant Radio's "Morning Air" is online. http://t.co/ZKD7HdISpS— Nick Alexander (@NickAlexCath) January 20, 2015
Father Bryan Jerabek of Birmingham, Alabama, would like to see a bulk distributor make The Thrill readily available to the people in the pews:
@mypeacebook It'd be great if Lighthouse Media could pick it up for sale on their book racks, then parishes could afford to buy/sell in bulk— Father B. Jerabek (@bwjerabek) February 16, 2015
Nunblogger Sister Anne Flanagan encapsulates the love story at the heart of The Thrill as she tweets my National Review Online interview:
A final thought today comes from David Mills of The Stream, explaining why he included my National Review Online interview among a list of recent notable online stories:
.@mypeacebook You're welcome. You're saying things people need to hear, & want to hear (even if they only know that after they've heard it).— David Mills (@DavidMillsWrtng) February 22, 2015
If you are enjoying the new Thrill, tweet me your photo and comment, and I'll be delighted to include your tweet in an upcoming post.
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