Oak Creek Library features Sikh collection

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports “A collection of books about the Sikh faith and traditions is now available at the Oak Creek Public Library in a first-of-its-kind collection. About 120 books, movies and other items available for checkout are on display in Oak Creek, making the largest collection in the state, and possibly the country.”

I think this is wonderful, I sincerely do.

Sikhs are well-known as being kind, honest, tolerant, disciplined, hard-working people who’ve made it a tradition to help strangers. They’ve been referred to as the Good Samaritans of the world.

Now, since this is Holy Week I anxiously await the Oak Creek library and possibly others putting up prominent displays of great Christian books. Here are some examples:

The Life of Christ by Fulton Sheen

Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI

Killing Jesus by Bill O’Reilly

Joan of Arc by Mark Twain

How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization by Thomas Woods

Quo Vadis by Henryk Sienkiewicz

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