The combox is wide open. What was the best book you read this past year dealing with either the Church or politics?
My nominee is Professor Charles Camosy's "Too Expensive to Treat?: Finitude, Tragedy and the Neonatal ICU"
I wrote a brief review of Camosy's book here. Camosy looks at an urgent modern issue through the lens of both ancient and modern moral teachings, unearthing in the process the richness of Catholic moral thought and its continued relevance to today.
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