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 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. Joel Guibert
by Marco Tosatti
In an explosive August 2018 document, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò implicated many Catholic bishops – and Pope Francis himself – in a decades-long cover-up of the sexual crimes of the now-disgraced serial predator, former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, long the most powerful figure in the American Church
by Fr. William Ullathorne
by Fr. John Portavella
Here, Fr. John Portavella shows you how to develop for yourself a personalized plan of life that will enable you to balance your duties to God, your family, and your work, and even to make time for leisure.
by A. G. Sertillanges
With this penetrating prequel to Fr. Sertillanges’s bestselling book, What Jesus Saw from the Cross, you’ll go behind the Gospels to experience a richly textured, moment-by-moment account of the incredible events of Christ’s life, from the Nativity to Golgotha.
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 Fr. Peter Michael Henry
In this book, Fr. Peter Michael Henry explains the importance of having manly role models, the indespensable characteristics of a mentor, the role of discipline, how to encourage self-confidence, and why the formation of manly men is essential to preventing the oppression of women.
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 Fr. James Schall
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. 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.
by Everett Fritz
If you’re troubled by the number of young people in your parish who leave the Faith year after year, then open these illuminating pages and learn the art of forming young disciples.
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 James Papandrea
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 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 Rev. James Spencer Northcote
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
Praised throughout the world, this beautifully illustrated children’s Bible features 60 child-friendly images and simple text, perfect for children under five.
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.
by Cardinal Egan
by Joan Lewis
EWTN’s Rome Correspondent, Joan Lewis, takes you back in time for a look at the history of Jubilees, and to the seven pilgrim basilicas of Rome.
by J. Charles Wall
Here you’ll read of the tree from which the Cross was made, the Nails, the Crown, the Thorns, and even His Blood, all treasured by Christians for generations.
by Dave Armstrong
In these pages, veteran apologist Dave Armstrong carefully walks you through the key teachings of the Church, revealing how each is rooted in Scripture.
by Shaun A. McAfee
Shaun McAfee, a convert from Evangelical Protestantism shows how evangelization can help us reach countless souls with the fullness of the Christian Faith.
by Fr. Lawrence G. Lovasik
Here Fr. Lovasik teaches you how to shield your family from the effects of our selfish secular culture, which destroys families and poisons relationships.
by Cari Donaldson
Catholic homeschooler Cari Donaldson tells how a newborn baby, a portrait of the Virgin Mary, and the words of the Miraculous Medal called her into the Church.
by Diane Moczar, D. Arts
Here’s an unabashedly Catholic history that documents scores of sustained and unprecedented assaults on our Catholic Faith in the past five centuries.
by Anthony Esolen
This brilliant reflection shows how we can take events in the life of Christ as the touchstone for all that happens to us on our journey from time to eternity.
by Roger Poelman
The book we need to know best is the Bible, which contains the revelation of Christ. Abbé Poelman shows Christ to be truly the center and goal of human history.
by St. Augustine Of Hippo
Here are questions we all ask — answered by a Saint! Fr. Cliff Ermatinger has gathered Augustine’s teachings into a simple question-and-answer format.
by Regina Doman
En el vientre de mamá, un pequeño bebé crece, explora las aguas, y habla con el angelito que ahí lo acompaña. Read the entire book on-line in English or in Spanish.
by Rev. Aloysius Roche
These charming and often humorous stories of eminently human saints will ease your soul and help bring you good dreams, giving you fresh hope for the morning.
by Dr. Montague Brown
Learn how to explain — in less than a minute each! — over 160 truths that most of us find hard to grasp and even harder to explain.
by David L. Greenstock
Here is a goldmine for Christian caregivers and essential reading for those who wisely want to be ready for serious illness and death.
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