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Lino Rulli’s new book humorously encourages sanctity for all who follow Christ . . .

Lino Rulli
Servant, 2013
256 pages, $19.99 paperback

The Catholic Channel’s “Catholic Guy” is back. His new book, subtitled Why I Should Be Canonized Right Away, picks up where his first book Sinner left off by pointing the way to our end goal: holiness and sainthood.

Both entertaining and inspiring, Saint focuses on God’s grace in the radio personality’s own life and shows how sinners can look forward to becoming saints. “This is a book to encourage you in your own triumphs, to realize you might not be as big a sinner as you think,” Rulli said, “and that with God’s help, you might just become a saint.”

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Radio talk show host Lino Rulli’s humorous take on life and its struggles . . .

Servant Books, 2011. 200 pages, $18.99 paperback

If you’ve ever tuned in to the Catholic Channel on Sirius/XM, you’ve probably stumbled upon The Catholic Guy, Rulli’s always witty program. In this equally clever collection of stories from his own life, the Emmy Award-winning journalist shares the joys and struggles of trying to follow God in the midst of his own fast-paced life.

He demonstrates that even though we’re all sinners, God’s mercy and grace keeps us going. His “regular guy” approach to Catholicism is both humble and hilarious.

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