The expected release date is Jan 15, 2021.
by Teresa Tomeo
The expected release date is Nov 15, 2020.
by Fr. George William Rutler
The expected release date is Oct 15, 2020.
by Tod Smith, Ulises Arreola Palmera, Kevin West, Mark McNabb, Terry Pallot, Gordon Purcell, Jason Millet, Dan Davis, Edgar Salazar
by Anne Hendershott
The Politics of Envy is the first book to provide a sociocultural probe into the root cause of the deadly sin of envy, and it charts a proven path out of this disordered and destructive thinking.
by Anthony DeStefano
This new children’s Christmas book by bestselling author Anthony DeStefano tells the story of a mean-spirited, prideful old ox who has lost his sight — both physically and spiritually — but who nevertheless experiences the transformative power of God’s grace after he is present at the birth of Jesus Christ in a humble stable in Bethlehem.
by David Geisser
The Christmas Vatican Cookbook shares with the world the glorious spirit of joy and feasting that characterizes Christmastime at the Vatican.
by Joseph Stuart
Joseph Stuart investigates this paradox, masterfully exploring the tense interaction of the Enlightenment and Christianity as two cultures, two lived realities, and two overlapping ways of life.
by Raymond Arroyo
When Joseph, Mary, and Jesus are in danger of being discovered and harmed by Herod’s murderous soldiers, a cave-dwelling spider named Nephila risks her and her children’s safety to help her hallowed visitors.
by Kathleen Beckman
by Jerry Usher, Debbie Georgianni
by Robert Royal
Dr. Royal examines what actually happened in the decades following 1492, when two widely divergent cultures met and mingled.
by Fr. Timothy Gallagher
Father Gallagher will help you determine what is of God and what is not and will show you how the enemy works to discourage you in your daily spousal interactions in order to undermine both your spiritual growth and your marital bond.
by Joseph Hollcraft
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.
by Kim Zember
by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ
Fr. Mitch reinforces what Christ’s parables teach us: that good and evil will co-exist in the Church, and that spiritual blindness will affect the moral life of the clergy and the lay faithful alike.
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.
by Mother Angelica
Las meditaciones de Madre Angélica combinan las intuiciones de un maestro espiritual con el cariño de una madre amorosa. Sus breves, pero poderosas meditaciones elevarán tu alma al Cielo y te guiarán hacia una reflexión profunda sobre el amor de Dios y la vida de Nuestra Señora.
by Geena Harrington
by John-Mark L. Miravalle
In these pages, author John-Mark Miravalle explores, through a Catholic lens, the phenomenon of chemical mood alteration and reflects on our feelings of pleasure and suffering and how they relate to the rest of our humanity.
by AnnaMaria Cardinalli
Your music, by speaking to humanity in a language deeper than words, can save our world by drawing souls to Christ where He most longs to encounter them — in the Eucharist.
by William Kilpatrick
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.
by Sophia Institute For Teachers
by Melissa Maleski
Melissa Maleski’s straightforward, engaging prose introduces you to the bracing, universal truths of the Church about the inherent strength and supreme vocation of womanhood.
by Sophia Institute Press
The Catholic Reader’s Bible is perfect for brief devotional moments as well as for long, delightful hours of extended reading.
by F.X. Cronin
Cronin takes skeptics and believers alike on a delightful tour of reality, starting with incontrovertible proofs for the existence of truth itself.
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.
by Edward Pentin
When Pope Francis' pontificate has passed, it's very likely that one of the nineteen cardinals featured in these pages will be elected to become the next Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church.
by Fr. Brian Mullady, O.P.
Theologian Fr. Brian Mullady brings enlightenment and consolation to the faithful with this concise yet powerful summary of the teachings of the Catholic Church about Christ.
by Brandon McGinley
Brandon McGinley argues that the Church is making a grave error in acquiescing to secularism just as it is falling into disrepute. Indeed, now is the Church’s moment to reclaim not just our roots, but the very reality of Christ’s grace and peace and kingship in the world.
by Fr. John Bartunek
Masterfully combining Bible passages and Church teachings with practical directions, Fr. John Bartunek here serves as your personal 60-day retreat master and shows you how to overcome the inevitable spiritual obstacles you’ll face.
by Cardinal Anders Arborelius, O.C.D.
by Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle
Adapted for the often less-than-ideal prayer circumstances of families — particularly those with young children — these 33 brief, stress-free daily spiritual exercises and family activities bring adults and children greater knowledge of Jesus through Mary, and a more fervent love of both.
by Mary MacArthur, Anna Maria Mendell
by Jean-Francois Vivier
by Alan Migliorato, Darryl Dziedzic
Teresa Tomeo has drawn forth from Scripture, the lives of the saints, and contemporary sources a healing balm for souls — believers and unbelievers alike — who have been shaken by the frightening evils thrust upon us by this coronavirus.
by Dwight Longenecker
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.
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