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Gregory K. Popcak is a psychotherapist, the executive director of Pastoral Solutions Institute, and the author or coauthor of more than twenty popular books and programs integrating Catholic theology and counseling psychology.
"Greg Popcak gives the modern dad an invaluable gift. In clear and practical terms, Popcak creates not only a vision for being a successful father but a strategy to get there. His examples are relevant and plausible, and the results will be seen almost immediately in the lives of dads everywhere. In a culture that is suffering from a pandemic of fatherlessness, both physically and emotionally, BeDADitudes is an antidote that will not only change families but, ultimately, save souls." --Mark Hart, Catholic author, speaker, radio host, and executive vice president at Life Teen International "Greg Popcak delves into Jesus' teachings found in the Sermon on the Mount and pulls out powerful, life-changing ideas for dads that will help them influence their families and change our world." --John Bergsma, Author of Bible Basics for Catholics "Our culture often distorts how men should relate to their wives and children. BeDADitudesseeks to fix that misshapen image with the beauty of Catholic wisdom. Insightful, practical, and balanced, Greg Popcak gets at the heart of what men think and feel, busting the myths and charting a path to authentic Catholic fatherhood. Highly recommended for any man seeking to be a better dad and lead his family closer to God." --Marc Cardaronella, Author of Keep Your Kids Catholic "Our culture is in the midst of a great crisis of fatherhood resulting in devastating consequences. We need a resurrection of authentic Christian fathers. In BeDADitudes, Dr. Gregory Popcak issues a compassionate and convicted call to return to the fatherhood found in the heart of God. Using the eight Beatitudes found in the gospels, Popcak outlines the character of authentic fatherhood, and teaches us that we can't learn to be good fathers until we've learned to be good sons. With humor, insight, and an accessible style, he answers common misconceptions and challenges men to embrace the greatness of being a vocational dad. I highly recommend this book." --Sam Guzman, Founder of The Catholic Gentleman