With Holy Week and Pascha now passed, work is resuming on the Library. Consider picking up a book from the Church Library and your local library! All edifying reading is blessed by the Church. Consider the following:
"Looking at Father Arseny's library [the Bishop] pronounced, 'The faithful one needs only the Gospel, the Bible, and the works of the Holy Fathers. All the rest isn't worth his attention.' Father Arseny remained silent for a few moments and answered, 'You are right, Your Holiness, the most important things are in those books, but we must remember that man as he develops nowadays is very different from man in the fourth century. The horizon of knowledge has become wider and science can now explain what couldn't be understood then. The priests today must know a great deal in order to be able to help believers make sense of the contradictions he sees. A priest has to understand the theory of relativity, passionate atheism, the newest discoveries in biology, medicine, and most of all modern philosophy. He gets visited by students of medicine, chemistry, physics, as well as by blue collar workers, and each one of them has to be given an answer to his or her questions such that religion doesn't sound anachronistic, or just a half-answer."
-Father Arseny: Priest, Prisoner, Spiritual Father. p. 136-137.