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The TimeOut Papers

by Sally E. Follett

If you’re struggling to bring peace and virtue to your home, The TimeOut Papers is a quick source to train your children in the gospel way of life in a way that sitting in a corner or lecturing simply cannot accomplish.

Our Peculiar Times

by Fr. George William Rutler

Father Rutler dives deep into the relevant histories to put our modern times into a balanced perspective and provide us with moral applications that enable us to see, understand, and navigate our current circumstances.

Chicken Soup for the Soul, Everyday Catholicism: God’s Miracles in Our Lives

by LeAnn Thieman

Through the ages up to and including ours, Catholics have witnessed or heard about miraculous events that offer supernatural evidence of God’s existence and involvement in our lives. Here is a selection of astonishing true stories that will leave you convinced of the reality of God like never before.

How Science Points to God

by Dr. Gerard Verschuuren

This book scans science and its findings for pointers to God. More than any other book on this issue, it scans a wide range of scientific fields: astronomy, physics, genetics, biology, neuroscience, behavioral science, and semantics.

Better Part (4-vol set)

by Fr. John Bartunek

Open these pages to discover the methods of meditation that best suit you, develop your friendship with Christ, and experience the true Christian joy of a deep, fruitful life of prayer.

Everyday Catholicism 1

by LeAnn Thieman

These compelling stories present convincing evidence of God’s active presence in our everyday lives. Whether you’re a cradle Catholic or a convert, solid in the Faith or wavering, these stories will deepen your conviction and stimulate your hope and trust in God.

Toil and Transcendence

by Fr. Charles Connor

The Catholic hierarchy and laity factored into many of the great stories of twentieth-century America, which are told here by one of our country’s foremost experts on Catholic American history, Fr. Charles Connor.

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