From Fr. McCloskey's recent review in National Catholic Register of Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers book Behold the Man: A Catholic Vision of Male Spirituality (Ignatius Press, 2016):
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers — a graduate of the University of Notre Dame who holds a graduate degree from the University of Dallas; he is considered by many to be one of the best Catholic preachers from the pulpit, as well as on radio and television, including EWTN — has written a highly readable and very practical book for men seeking an authentically Catholic male spirituality. As a bonus, Archbishop Alexander Sample of the Portland (Ore.) Archdiocese has contributed a long and excellent foreword.
Deacon Burke-Sivers draws from Scripture and the teaching of the Church to encourage men both to “man up” as the heads of their families and share their faith in their households and in their marketplaces. ...
This book should most certainly be read by those approaching marriage, as well as those already married. Women should also want to place this book in the hands of the husbands, brothers and sons in their lives, because it provides them with the roadmap to become the men they should be (and reminds them to stop and ask for directions if they become lost along the way!).
More praise for the book:
"This is a theological and anthropological tour de force that champions authentic male spirituality for the men of our times."
— Father Donald Calloway, M.I.C, Author, No Turning Back: A Witness to Mercy
"I know of no better presentation of masculine spirituality that balances authentic theology with practical application for the lives of real Catholic men."
— Tim Staples, Catholic Answers
"A highly readable book. A marvelous work for any man striving to live an authentic spirituality, which also addresses the major hot button issues of today."
— Father Brian Mullady, O.P., Author, Preacher, EWTN Host
"The biggest crisis facing the Church today is the crisis of authentic manhood. This book addresses virtually every issue that a Catholic man will face, especially the interior life."
— Jesse Romero, Catholic Evangelist and Radio Host