About the Author
John Clark is a weekly blogger at The National Catholic Register, a book author, an online course developer, and a political speechwriter. His first book, Who’s Got You?, reached #1 in the Amazon Kindle “Fatherhood” category. He has written hundreds of articles and blogs about Catholic family life, apologetics, and ethics in such places as Seton Magazine, Catholic Digest, Latin Mass Magazine, LifeSite News, Human Life International Reports, The Wanderer, Catholic Exchange, and Homiletic and Pastoral Review. He has been interviewed in various media such as EWTN television, EWTN radio, Relevant Radio, and Radio Maria. In addition, John is a popular speaker at Catholic family conferences
A graduate of Christendom College with a degree in Political Science and Economics, John and his wife Lisa have nine children and live in Virginia.
Funny stories. Ha! I read this first, then gave it to my husband. Wives, get this for yourself first, then give it to your husband for his birthday!
My kids gave me this for my birthday. I actually laughed out loud. Funny stories that actually happened to me. John tells the story much better and more entertaining that I would! Nice job!
Cool. I want to be a superman dad. Funny stories. Really enjoyable.
I really liked the stories. We certainly are living in a Kryptonite world. I wish every dad would read this.
Here’s what I look like when I found this book that I received for Father’s Day, and then forgot about it. I didn’t realize how good the stories were, or I would have read the book right away. Sorry about that, John. Nice writing!
Great Christmas gift (I know it’s kind of early, but order now!). The stories are concise enough to read one a night and laugh all day!
John’s stories are super. I don’t read much, but found this book in the back of my church and picked it up. I thought my life was crazy, but wow, John’s is more! Great read. Thanks.
Ken H. –
I read your blog in the National Catholic Register about science. I think you should write a blog about the Science of abortion. Because as a country, we are not following it. Science tells us — if it could speak — that the blob of tissue isn’t a blob, but a baby.
I got this for my dad, after my wife got this for me. We both really enjoy it. What’s best is we are talking about the stories from our own perspectives. It has really given us a nice coversation point.
Great stories of your life’s events. How fun to see that your life seems to be similar to mine. We homeschool as well. Everyone needs to read this book, and not just for men. I think that wives can get a nice insight into their husband’s thinking with this book. Very worth while.
I bought this for my husband, but I wanted to see some of the stoires — which I heard were funny. And what I discovered was a delightful mix of important and funny stories. I ended up reading the book first, then gave it to my husband.
Buy this book for your husbands, but read it first for yourself!
Great stories to entertain, but also to teach many life lessons at the same time. Well done, John.
Why haven’t I seen this for Father’s Day? You need to market this to all dads. Great message, but doesn’t do any good if no one knows about it.
Thank you John for such an uplifting book. I liked it so much that I gave my dad a copy for him to read!
I have to say this was much better — and funnier — than I thought it would be. Your stories made my Father’s Day! And, everyday is Father’s Day. Well done.