Make a BIG Impact

Bringing the Book Program to your parish is easier than you think. Follow these simple steps to have the best experience possible—and the biggest impact!

1 Discover the Perfect Book

The Book Program is all about meeting people where they are and helping them have a meaningful encounter with God. Beautiful Hope and Resisting Happiness can be the perfect catalyst to spark engagement. Get a free copy of one or both to see for yourself—just call our Mission Team at  (859) 980-7900.


2 Talk with Your Pastor

Work together with your pastor to bring the Book Program to your parish! Download our letter template to start the conversation.


3 Order a Bunch of Books

Order 500 copies or more of Beautiful Hope or Resisting Happiness for just $1 (plus 50 cents shipping) per book. Or order 6–499 copies for $3 per book (includes shipping).

Please note: Resisting Happiness is also available in Spanish.

Other select titles are available for $2 per copy (includes shipping) when you order 500 copies or more.

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Set a fundraising goal. Download our fundraising form!

4 Hand Out the Books at Easter Mass

Gather friendly volunteers to personally hand out the books to people as they arrive for Mass on Easter. We’ve discovered that people give more generously during the collection if they receive a gift on the way into church.

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5 Encourage People to Read the Books

Use this bulletin ad to get your parish excited for the Book Program before Easter. Then keep the momentum going in the weeks after Easter by encouraging your parishioners to read the book—this pulpit announcement will help!



Dynamic Catholic Book Program

Do something incredible this Easter. Give everyone in your parish a copy of Beautiful Hope or Resisting Happiness. At $1 per copy, you can afford to change a lot of lives.

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Dynamic Catholic Book Program

Do something incredible this Easter. Give everyone in your parish a copy of Beautiful Hope or Resisting Happiness. At $1 per copy, you can afford to change a lot of lives.

Learn More