This has astoundingly little to do with what it means to be Catholic. And even less of the people interviewed actually explaining why or indicating that they do like to be Catholic.
I was frankly disappointed by this collection and would not recommend it.
However, the few pieces I did like were the following:The Brooklyn Dodgers and the Catholic Church
by Doris K. Goodwin
"... I developed a lasting appreciation of the role that pageantry, ritual and symbolism play in tying together the past and the present..."Outrageous Holiness
by Rosemary HaughtonTen Catholic Heroes of the Twentieth Century
by Robert EllsberyThe Best Catholic Music You'll Ever Hear
by Thomas Day
Gregorian Chant + Requiem Aeternum
Solesmes Abbey in France and Chant by Santo Domingo de Silos
Renaissance polyphony by Josquin de Prez, Palestrina, William Byrd, etc. 1450 - 1625
Tallis Scholars, Chanticlear, Kings College Cambridge, RC Westminster Cathedral
Lord Nelson Mass by Hayden
Ave Verum Corpus + Coronation mass by Mozart
Mass in C Major by Beethoven
Requiem by G. Faure (esp. intro to Agnus Dei)
Quatre motets un temps de penitence and pour le temps de Noel by Frank Poulene
&In essentials, unity; in doubtful matters, liberty; in all things, charity.
Pope John XXIIIIAd Petri Cathedram