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 Fr. George William Rutler
by Alan Migliorato, Darryl Dziedzic
by Teresa Tomeo
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 Michel Therrien
Written for believers and others seeking to know the faith of Catholics better, this simple, straightforward introduction presents the basics of what the Church teaches about God and explains why believing in Him is important.
by The Regnier Family
Catholic parents who fear that their teens and adult children may leave the Faith will welcome Brick by Brick, the encouraging story of André and Angèle Regnier, whose five adult children don’t merely continue to go to Mass but have all even become Catholic missionaries!
by Allison Auth
In these honest pages, Allison Auth shares real-life stories on every facet of postpartum life, shedding light on the physical, spiritual, and emotional components of recovery.
by Julie Onderko
In the great drama of human history and on a continuing basis, souls are won or lost for eternity. With all the angels and saints – and in particular with the Virgin Mary – you are called to play your part. Open these pages to prepare yourself today!
by Michele Casella
Discover how Comunità Cenacolo has become a source of hope and resurrection for many people lost in a world of darkness, who are sad, marginalized, desperate, drugged.
by Joan Rivers, Patrice Lappert
Meet Philip Rivers. . . the eight-time Pro Bowl quarterback who has played for the Los Angeles Chargers since 2004.
by Danny Abramowicz
Retired NFL star Danny Abramowicz shares key details of his journey down the Road to Spiritual Fitness and provides you with some of the first-class tools that have sustained him along the way (and will sustain you, too).
by Rod Bennett
About a century after Jesus died, a battle began for the Old Testament. Large numbers of faithful Christians fought about its contents and even about its right to be called a Christian book!
by Fr. Kilian J. Healy
Here you'll find simple, practical ways to think of God continuously, to converse with Him intimately, and to please Him at all times.
by Fr. Edward F. Garesche
by Kevin Wells
While dissolute bishops and priests around the world grab headlines for their untoward words and deeds, too many other unfruitful priests minister as little more than glad-handing bachelors doing social service work.
by Dr. Peter Kreeft
I’ve given thousands of lectures around the country to engaged, thoughtful, curious university and church audiences and have always made it a practice to allow for as many questions as possible. Here are the most interesting ones I’ve been asked, and the answers I gave.
by Hugh Black
by Dom Hubert Van Zeller
by Timothy Gordon
In Catholic Republic, Gordon recounts our nation’s clandestine history of publicly repudiating, yet privately relying on, Catholic ideas about politics and nature. At this late hour in the life of the Church and the world, America still can be saved, claims Gordon, if only we soon return to the Catholic principles that are the indispensable foundation of all successful republics.
by Fr. Leo Patalinghug
From hundreds of happy families worldwide, acclaimed television chef Rev. Leo Patalinghug has gathered scores of practical tips that foster gratitude and conviviality at mealtimes. They’ll work in your home, too, strengthening the ties that bind, no matter how emotionally close or distant your family members may presently be.
by Eline Landon
Amidst the doctor visits, the showers, and the physical and emotional changes that come with pregnancy, it’s easy to forget to prepare yourself spiritually to welcome your newborn into the world.
by Sr. Rosena Marie
In 1927, during the murderous anti-Catholic reign of Mexican president Plutarco Elias Calles, Mother Luisita and two members of her Carmelite community cast off their religious habits, donned secular clothes, and started out on a perilous flight from the brutal, atheistic government intent on killing them.
by Francois Mauriac
A Catholic Novelist's Dramatic look at the events of Holy Thursday, Nobel laureate Francois Mauriac walks you through the Last Supper and more in this enduring classic. In this beautifully drawn and moving portrait, he brings you closer to the great mysteries that won salvation for us all.
by Fr. Michael Scanlan
Here Fr. Michael Scanlan, former president of the Franciscan University of Steubenville, lays out for you the five critical questions you must answer as you wrestle with important – but naggingly difficult – decisions that keep you up at night.
by Alan Migliorato
Shocked to find corruption widespread in the ranks of their shepherds today, too many good Catholics are tempted to leave the Church, unaware that ever since the days when Jesus’ own treasurer, Judas Iscariot, had his hand in the till, the Good Shepherd and His faithful followers have regularly been betrayed by bad shepherds.
by Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle
Spend this Advent with Our Lady of Fatima and with six saintly souls who were particularly devoted to her: St. Teresa of Calcutta, St. John Paul II, Fr. Andrew Apostoli, and the Three Shepherd Children to whom Mary appeared in 1917.
by Fr. John Portavella
by Fr. Paolo Carlin
Longtime exorcist Fr. Paolo Carlin first turns to the Bible, the teachings of the Church, and his own experiences to demonstrate the reality of Satan and delineate how he tempts each of us to do evil.
Traditional and original prayers, as well as teachings and inspiration from Jesus, Mary, and the Saints are woven throughout the entire book to give a powerful shot in the arm and to uplift spirits.
by Brian Engelland
Written by the Assistant Dean of the School of Business and Economics at the Catholic University of America, this book argues that integrity-infused organizations are the key to long-term success on the personal and corporate level.
by Kevin Vost, Psy. D.
Through a combination of ancient wisdom and modern research, these pages bring you to an understanding of the root causes of loneliness and teach you the remedies - secular and religious - most suited to cure it.
by Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Muller
A trusted member of the Roman Curia, Cardinal Muller looks at the differences and similarities between St. Peter's two most recent successors.
by Charles Kenny
Let your daily visit with God’s faithful servants breathe into you a strong new spirit of piety and devotion, known only to those who stay close to Christ.
by Patrick Madrid
Here you’ll read the eye-opening, often heartrending life stories of ten people who struggled with some of the most difficult issues human beings face.
by Fr. Nicolas J. Laforet
In this work, praised by Pope Pius IX, Fr. Nicolas J. Laforet lays out the spiritual causes of unbelief, and shows the antidotes necessary to remedy each.
by Rev. James Spencer Northcote
Enter into the shadows of the Roman catacombs, where early Christians attended Mass and hid in fear from Roman soldiers seeking to kill them.
by James J. Drummey
Do Catholics adore the Virgin Mary? Did Mary have other children besides Jesus? Was Mary an unwed mother? What does the Immaculate Conception mean? Don’t prayers to Mary diminish prayers to God? What is the history of the rosary?
How is Jesus different from Buddha, Confucius, and Mohammed? Was Jesus just a good man, or was He God? How do we know that Jesus started a church?
Over 800 questions answered about Adam and Eve, Annulments, Clergy Sex Abuse, Contraception, Cremation, Evolution, Secret of Fatima, Stem Cell Research, and Viagra.
Here are the answers to more than 800 of the most difficult religious and moral questions of the day--from abortion to homosexuality to Marian apparitions to women priests.
by Rev. Edward J. Hayes, Rev. Msgr. Paul J. Hayes, James J. Drummey
Catholicism and Ethics traces the history of the Church's opposition to artificial contraception, shows why abortion and physician-assisted killing are terrible crimes, and presents sample health-care proxies governing end-of-life decisions.
Starting with the importance of the Beatitudes in living out our call to holiness, Catholicism and Society offers valuable insights and sound advice on the role of marriage and family in building a good and just society.
The most readable apologetics book on the market today, Catholicism and Reason offers a systematic presentation of Catholic beliefs that will prepare the reader to be a knowledgeable and articulate defender of the Catholic Faith.
by James Day
In these pages, author James Day unpacks the voluminous teachings of Pope Benedict, presenting his remedies for the many ills afflicting our Church and culture.
by Bethan James
by Mike Aquilina
by Bill Donohue
by Fr. Frederick William Faber
by David Scott
Part biography and part spiritual reading, this brings to light little-known stories from Mother Teresa’s life that will help you to grow in your love of God.
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