I'm a firm believer that it injures a person's pride (if they are a Christian) to tout their own horn than it does not to do so. So in that spirit and in the spirit of fulfilling Jesus' command to "let your light shine" I offer the following note from someone in Florida who is currently reading
The How-To Book of the Mass:
Your book on the Mass is wonderful...I am about half way thru and I am learning a great deal...I love your perspective...rational and illustrative as always...as a cradle Catholic I sometimes think I know it all...your book has been enlightening...keep up the great work!
And while I'm at it, here is a review by an Amazon customer:
Michael Dubruiel's latest book is a terrific resource that should be located on every Catholic family's bookshelf. Whether you are exploring the faith or a lifelong Catholic, this book will provide enlightenment. Dubruiel looks at each part of the Mass in a step-by-step fashion, offering explanations for the biblical backgrounds and traditional reasons behind the prayers and rituals. In the week that I've had this book and been reading it, I've already changed my perspective on celebrating the Eucharist. I would recommend this book as an excellent choice both for families looking to enhance their experience of the Mass and for those looking to learn more about the teachings of the Catholic Church pertaining to the Mass.