The Bad Catholic's Guide to Good Living: A Loving Look At the Lighter Side of the Catholic Faith, with Recipes for Feasts and Fun
Authors: John Zmirak and Denise Matychowiak
Paperback, 6 x 9 inches, 216 pages.
'Imagine Mel Gibson crosses with Monty Python in a hilarious, in your face, Late-Nite Latin Mass.'
-Angelo Matera, Publisher, Godspy.com, former CEO, the National Catholic Register
A zany but ultimately reverent look at the saints, doctrines, customs, and folklore of the Catholic Church, with recipes for food and fun from all over the world. Written by a Catholic journalist and a four star chef, it's an entertaining guide and guerilla catechism.
I have long thought it significant that Our Lord's first public miracle was turning water, a dull liquid in which fish fornicate, into glorious wine. That's my kind of Christianity.
-Rod Dreher, editorial writer, the Dallas Morning News
Silly some of the time, respectful most of the time, and hilarious all the time, even the squirrel recipes sound delicious and will have me driving slower through the red states on the two lane road all the way to Mardi Gras.
-Mario Batali, chef, host of 'Molto Mario', 'Mario Easts Italy' and 'Ciao America' on the Food Network, author, The Babbo Cookbook.