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Thérèse of Lisieux

by Coline DupuyDavide PercontiFrancesco Rizzato

With this book, children will come to know St. Thérèse, her goodness, her peace in times of trial, her devotion to Our Lady, and her intense love for the Holy Eucharist.

Adoption: Should You, Could You, and Then What?

by Dr. Ray Guarendi

Do you know anyone who is looking for straightforward information about adoption for themselves or others? Are you interested in learning more about adoption and finding answers to common concerns?

How They Love Mary

by Fr. Edward Looney

Here’s the single book you need in this life to periodically strengthen your devotion to Our Lady by following the examples of the holy men and women who came before us and on whose shoulders we stand.

Christmas Blossoms

by Priscilla Smith McCaffrey

Christmas Blossoms is an impassioned and imaginative tale that explores the fascinating irony of our most cherished Christmas objects, both sacred and secular, produced by the artists and craftsmen of Communist China.

Dies Irae

by Rev. Nicholaus Gihr, D.D.

Drawing from the Bible, the Liturgy of the Church, and the writings of the saints, Msgr. Gihr grandiloquently reflects upon the beauty and insights of this renowned lyric poem and chant, allowing the reader to dwell upon the soul’s final journey in a way that is both convicting and inspiring.

Kidnapped in Iraq

by Alexandre Goodarzy

Kidnapped in Iraq is a riveting story of bravery and courage and one man’s extraordinary efforts to aid Christians in need. It is also a chilling guidebook on how to fight for justice and proclaim the hope that comes in the triumph of the Cross.

A Surfer’s Guide to the Soul

by Bear Woznick

In this compelling spiritual memoir, Bear takes you on a journey from the “mountain waves” of Hawaii to “the Wedge” of Newport Beach, California, showing how his experience surfing led him to a profound encounter with God: “Wave after timeless wave breaking on the shore drew me into a contemplation of God’s eternity.” 

Deep Adventure

by Bear Woznick

Jesus is standing on the road beside you right now and asking, "Where are you going?"

Are you ready to enter into Deep Adventure? Are you equipped to take up your cross and follow God? Are you prepared to let virtue propel you into the wild adventure of God's will? Are you ready to walk the Way of Heroic Virtue?

Prayer

by St. Alphonsus Liguori

Proclaimed a Doctor of the Church and justly revered for his efforts and achievements as a pastor and bishop, St. Alphonsus offers here one of the most powerful and accessible primers on the art of prayer ever written.

You Shall Stand Firm

by Fr. William Casey, CPM.

This riveting book is a clarion call to Catholics to “wake up” in the face of pandemic irrationality and worsening medical fascism. Now is the time for you to begin truly to understand and live the Faith, to speak the truth, and to share it.

In His Sandals

by Mother Angelica

Beloved by many, the practical wisdom of Mother Mary Angelica radiates from this book as she guides you through Scripture and the writings of St. John, St. James, and St. Paul.

Ministers of Christ

by Dr. Peter Kwasniewski

In this bold and powerful book, Dr. Peter Kwasniewski marshals an irrefutable defense of the Church’s historical teaching that her liturgical ministries — including those of lector and altar server — should be performed exclusively by men.

The Catholic Mass

by Bishop Athanasius Schneider

In what is sure to be seen as one of the most impressive and authoritative books ever written on the Catholic Mass, Bishop Schneider reestablishes what Catholics have known for centuries but have largely forgotten today: that the Mass is the highest form of Christian prayer, which enables us to express with exterior worship our interior belief.

Living the Scriptures

by Mother Angelica

Replete with Mother Angelica’s charismatic blend of insight, clarity, and humor, here is the definitive collection of her best on-air presentations and extemporaneous meditations.

Jesus, the Master Psychologist

by Dr. Ray Guarendi

In some teachings, Jesus is two millennia ahead of what psychology is only now coming to understand. In others, He directly contradicts what today’s psychology preaches. In these pages, Dr. Ray explores the teachings of both modern psychology and Jesus Christ to identify the therapy tools worth employing — and those we should avoid. Most notably, he helps us understand that every tool and counseling guideline worth pursuing can find its roots directly in the words of Christ.

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