Funny and honest. Smart and insightful. Practical and prayerful. Lino Rulli’s new book is an irreverent prayer book, a story of a real man on a journey. You’ll laugh, and you’ll be grateful for his transparent witness. No spin, just a Sinner. That, in fact, is the title of his new book — Sinner: The Catholic Guy’s Funny, Feeble Attempts to Be a Faithful Catholic. And Rulli, host of the Sirius radio show The Catholic Guy, comes close to a full confession with National Review Online’s Kathryn Jean Lopez.
KATHRYN JEAN LOPEZ: “Having me write a book about the Catholic faith is like having a really bad actor write a book about the craft of acting. (Speaking of which, why hasn’t Pauly Shore written a book about acting yet?)” Why would I read a book written by the Pauly Shore of Catholicism? And is that very Christian — what you just said about Mr. Shore?
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