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Rev. Michael Novick Writes an Eye-opening and Inspiring Book About Catholic Ministry

“We Don’t Live in Eden” reshapes how most people view Catholic ministry, priesthood, and life as a Christian.

Matteson, Illinois, USA – WEBWIRE

Eden is a place on Earth indeed when it comes to this book. Truly, this is a perspective-altering book that will let readers find the Eden within them.

Rev. Michael Novick does a superb job of reimagining and relaying the reality and true purpose of the Catholic ministry to the readers in “We Don’t Live in Eden: (But We Can Once Again – Believe Me).” He skillfully adapts his writing to match the modern readers’ need for detailed yet simplified articles. The contents are written in a way that no generation of readers gets left behind – be they millennials or readers from before the turn of the millennium.

Rev. Michael Novick does his best not to sound authoritative or proselytizing, but rather he relays his message in a conversational and informative tone. When readers get the feel of being “talked to” by the contents of the book, it gives the impression of the book being a good reading material. The interest of readers will be spurred on to read further and keep being interested in the book. Even though the topics of religion, religious vocations, and ministry are sometimes considered mundane and even evoke trepidation, if the writing is given a modern and adaptive approach, then the book can still gain a significant following and wide readership. Such is the promise and potential of Rev. Novick’s book “We Don’t Live in Eden: (But We Can Once Again – Believe Me).” It may not deliver a sense of gratification at first, but reading on until the end of the book will bring readers a sense of fulfillment and realization, both in the intellectual and spiritual levels.

For whom is the book “We Don’t Live in Eden: (But We Can Once Again – Believe Me)” recommended? This is a book recommended for general reading. For a modern society that is gradually losing notice of the spiritual aspect of living, “We Don’t Live in Eden: (But We Can Once Again – Believe Me)” will open the eyes of readers once more to the spiritual gap, hunger, and thirst every man is experiencing. This treasure of a book and much more interesting reads will hit the bookshelves in the 2018 Guadalajara International Book Fair which will be happening on November 25, 2018. Mark that calendar and grab a copy!


We Don’t Live in Eden: (But We Can Once Again – Believe Me)
Written by: Rev. Michael J. Novick
Date published: April 1, 2014
Published by: Xlibris
Paperback price: $14.95

About the Author
Before seminary, Rev. Michael Novick worked in warehousing on the receiving and shipping end for six years for two different retail companies. It was there that he used his geometry and mathematical skills. He attended St. Christopher Grammar School, Midlothian, IL; Marist High School, and has a degree in mathematics from Lewis University, Romeoville, IL. He was ordained from St. Mary of the Lake of the Mundelein Seminary in 2001. Father Michael J. Novick, is currently the Pastor of St. Lawrence O’Toole Parish in Matteson, IL.  He has three passions in my life: baseball, music, and religion. He loves singing and music in general. He has music CDs from religious, to Vivaldi, all the way to heavy metal.

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