Search and Rescue
This book is Patrick Madrid’s “manifesto” on how to do apologetics effectively.
You don’t have to become a biblical scholar or a theologian to be an effective spokesman for the Catholic Faith. In fact, even though you don’t know all the answers and can’t explain every aspect of the Faith, you can begin winning souls to the Church right now . . . using prayer, friendship, and common sense.
It sounds almost too good to be true, but in Search and Rescue Patrick Madrid explains why these are among the most effective, time-tested methods for bringing family and friends into — or back into — the Church. As the publisher of Envoy magazine, author of many apologetics books (including Surprised by Truth 2), and a veteran defender of the Faith, Madrid himself has used these methods successfully for years.
But Madrid doesn’t give you only the benefit of his own considerable experience: in Search and Rescue he also includes simple and genial advice from St. Francis of Assisi, St. Augustine, and other great lovers of God. Get Search and Rescue — the book that shows you how you can start winning souls for Christ today!
256 pages, soft cover
Look what people are saying about Search and Rescue:
“How do you bring a friend of relative back into the Catholic Church? First, you pray. Then, you follow Patrick Madrid’s advice inSearch and Rescue.” — Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop emeritus of New York
“A most welcome addition to the resources in evangelization and apologetics, so essential in this new millennium.” — Fr. Peter Stravinskas, Ph.D., S.T.D., author, The Catholic Response
“An excellent source to help concerned Catholics reach their loved ones. I highly recommend this book.” — Steven K. Ray, author, Upon This Rock
“This is necessary spiritual reading for Catholic apologists.” — Cardinal Francis George, Archbishop of Chicago
“Even St. Monica would’ve benefited from reading this book in her effort to bring her son, Augustine, into the Church!” — Fr. Andrew Apostoli, C.F.R., author, The Gift of God: The Holy Spirit