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A Book on Reflections by a Catholic Priest Fr. Glenn Kohrman Will Be on Exhibit at the Miami Book Fair 2019

A priest reflects on what is religion and what is true, good and beautiful.


A riveting spirit-filled book to awaken faith in God and in His Church!

Fr. Glenn Kohrman tackles the deepest questions about life, love, truth, and faith, as well as thorny contemporary issues in his book “Reflections of a Catholic Priest” (AuthorHouse; 2008). Catholic book readers, particularly those involved in family apostolate and the pro-life movement and those discerning the priesthood, should check out the book’s exhibit at the Miami Book Fair 2019 Street Fair on November 22-24, 2019 at Miami Dade College (Wolfson Campus) in Downtown Miami.
The Miami Book Fair, founded in 1984 as “Books by the Bay,” aims to promote reading; encourage the writing craft; and spread the awareness of literacy and the literary arts in Miami’s multi-ethnic community. Aside from the weekend Street Fair, the book fair, which will run from Nov. 17-24, will include author talks, book signings, panel discussions, musical performances, and other activities.
Fr. Kohrman’s spiritual book “Reflections of a Catholic Priest” will be proudly exhibited by ReadersMagnet at the Miami Book Fair.
This book invites readers to reflect on what really matters most, from what is religion, the nature of evil, human suffering, and all that is true, good and beautiful. The priest, now on his 27th year in the priesthood, explores various issues pertaining to matters of life and souls; examines the place and relevance of faith/religion in contemporary times and the challenges to family and society and to religious liberty, human dignity and environment; and explains how faith and reason are not mutually exclusive.
“My hope is that all who read this book may come to appreciate how valuable they are as individuals,” said Fr. Kohrman, “along with how valuable every human being is, even those who are enemies to the truth. If they make this realization, they will not be enemies of the truth or the church for long!
“My hope is that who see the Church as antiquated or even intellectually dishonest will come to see the truth as it is and not continue to be blinded by pride and sin, and ultimately by wrong-headed, philosophical presupposition.”
May readers come to open their mind and experience a renewed faith in God and in His Church when they read and reflect on the spiritual insights of Fr. Glenn Kohrman’s “Reflections of a Catholic Priest.”
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Reflections of a Catholic Priest
Author | Fr. Glenn Kohrman
Publisher | AuthorHouse
Published date | 2008
Paperback price | $16.95
About the Author
Fr. Glenn J. Kohrman was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1962, attended parochial and public schools. He was ordained a priest in the Roman Catholic Church on November 28th, 1992. He studied theology in Boston at St. John’s Seminary from 1987 to 1992. Before entering the seminary, he studied Engineering at Purdue University. He received a bachelors and a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1985 and 1987 respectively. Fr. Kohrman has served as a priest since 1992 and has been assigned to five parishes, one of which was Hispanic. He also has been an adjunct faculty member of Ancilla College, Donaldson, Indiana and the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana, teaching introductory classes in ethics, philosophy, the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures and College Algebra. Currently he is pastor of Holy Family and St. John the Baptist parishes in South Bend Indiana.

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