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 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. George William Rutler
In our age, Christ’s Parables are often reduced to exercises in moralism. Here Fr. George Rutler unveils their hidden meanings and how they apply to us.
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 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 Rev. Edward J. Hayes, Rev. Msgr. Paul J. Hayes, James J. Drummey
An easy-to-read account of salvation history that is suitable for Catholics of all ages, from high-schoolers to senior citizens, Catholicism & Scripture first provides a one-chapter summary of the Bible from Adam to St. Paul.
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.
Catholicism and Life traces the scriptural basis for the Sacraments and explains in detail how God pours out His graces on us through these seven channels, particularly through the Holy Eucharist, and how they can help us live the Christian life to the fullest.
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