by William Kilpatrick
by F.X. Cronin
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 Dr. Gerard Verschuuren
Verschuuren’s stunning proofs for God’s existence — based on evidence alone — will open your eyes, stir your heart and, more importantly, deepen your faith in the wondrous Creator of Heaven and earth!
by Luanne Zurlo
In these fascinating pages, author Luanne Zurlo shows that, contrary to popular opinion, single life is often a holy, joyful vocation lived out, sometimes in a hidden way, by souls who have had an authentic encounter with Christ.
by Marc Cardinal Ouellet
With the mind of a theologian and the heart of a pastor, Marc Cardinal Ouellet releases this timely book to help Catholics arrive at a deeper understanding of the Church’s traditional teaching on the priesthood and the discipline of celibacy
by Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Muller
Cardinal Müller, the former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, has assembled here his most noteworthy lectures, interviews, and dialogues to offer a clear and compelling exploration of Catholic teachings.
by Mother Angelica
De una manera delicada y respetuosa, la Madre Angélica nos confronta con nuestros verdaderos problemas, levantando nuestro corazón hacia Dios y dirigiendo nuestra alma hacia el Cielo.
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.
In this work of basic science written for nonspecialists, scientist Gerard Verschuuren shows how the latest findings of modern cosmology, physics, chemistry, geology, and other sciences prove that Earth was created to be our home.
by John-Mark L. Miravalle
Offering an abundance of accessible examples, author John Mark Miravalle demonstrates that beauty is neither in the eye of the beholder, nor for the cultivated, the dreamer, or the “hopeless romantic” alone. On the contrary, the ability to understand, recognize, and delight in beauty readies all souls for heaven — and makes it easier for us to get there.
by Stephen Auth
Business TV maven Steve Auth has written a fascinating book about his work as chief investment officer of one of NY’s largest investment firms by day—and Catholic evangelist on the streets of NYC by night.
by Fr. George William Rutler
Fr. Rutler gracefully tackles a wide range of topics, from the importance of avoiding mediocrity to the role of mothers in passing down tradition. The topics are many, but all serve a common purpose: to show how we can understand and live the Faith in this culture that daily drifts further from the truth.
by Elizabeth Lev
How Catholic Art Saved the Faith tells the story of the creation and successes of this vibrant, visual-arts SWAT team whose war cry could have been “art for Faith’s sake!”
In these pages, veteran apologist Gerard Verschuuren provides thorough yet concise answers to forty of the most common — and absurd — lies about the Catholic Church.
“Why are you a Catholic?” is a good question. Here are forty of Dr. Peter Kreeft's answers.
by Marcus Grodi, Brandon McGinley
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. Mitch Pacwa, SJ
In these pages, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, host of EWTN Live, will help you make the most of the treasure-trove of practical advice found in the Book of Proverbs.
by Fr. Michael Kerper
by Bishop Patrick John Ryan
Archbishop Patrick John Ryan unveils the great mistake of those who reject the Catholic Church for what they consider to be it's absurd teachings.
by John LaBarbara
by Fr. H.G. Hughes
by Rev. Henry Theiler
In clear, convincing language, Father Theiler lays out for Christians countless surprising, but long-forgotten, truths about Holy Water.
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 Thomas Nash
The Biblical Roots of the Mass shows the Bible to be a truly Catholic story, and the Mass to be vital for achieving the Church’s divinely ordained mission.
by Fr. Romano Guardini
Christ taught us the Lord’s Prayer as the first and most important of all our catechisms, and here’s the book that uncovers the riches in these familiar words.
by Anthony Esolen
Esolen explains that Catholic Social Teaching isn’t focused exclusively on serving the poor, but offers us a rich treasure of insights about the nature of man.
by St. John Paul II
Saint Pope John Paul II describes the important and unique roles the Church, the laity, and the family play in living out the Faith fully.
by St. Francis De Sales, Christopher O. Blum
From young St. Francis de Sales comes this defense of the Catholic practice of making the Sign of the Cross, which Calvinists denounced as a Popish invention.
by Fr. Laurence J. Spiteri
Fr. Spiteri offers lucid explanations of the Church's official governing procedures in matters such as abbots and annulments, scandals and Sacraments, and more!
by Dr. Ryan Topping
Dr. Ryan Topping shows that in the West today the most formidable threat to freedom is not failing economies or Islam, but secularism, and he unveils a way out.
by Kevin Vost, Psy. D.
The One-Minute Aquinas provides busy readers with simple, readable explanations of the truths that make you hungry to know God and always love Him more.
by Tim Staples
These are perilous times to be a Christian of any stripe, much less a Catholic. How did we get here? And what are we to do? In this DVD, Apologist Tim Staples confronts the problem in the only way he knows – head on and armed with Scripture and the teachings of the Church.
Don't you wish everyone you knew was Catholic? In his groundbreaking DVD, Why Be Catholic?, apologist Tim Staples offers an engaging and simple solution: "Catholicism has the cure for what ails each of us." Using an entertaining speaking style, backed up by logic and science, Tim leaves his audience with answers to our most fundamental questions.
by Zsolt Aradi
There are more false claims about miracles than nearly anything else — by skeptics and believers alike, few of whom know what the Church says about miracles.
by Abbot Basil Christopher Butler
This book shows why the Bible can never be the sole criterion of faith nor serve alone as a sufficient foundation for the full Christian life to which Jesus calls us.
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.
The One-Minute Apologist is the one source you’ll find yourself turning to whenever you have the need to defend the Catholic Faith quickly, credibly, and well.
St. Thomas Aquinas perfected an easy method for his students to memorize most any information, but especially the truths taught by Christ and His Church.
by Archbishop J. Michael Miller
Archbishop J. Michael Miller distills the Church’s teachings on Catholic education and explains the five marks of all good Catholic schools.
Dave Armstrong here explains 95 key Bible passages that confound all who would use Scripture to criticize the Church.
by Dom Bruno Webb
In this slim volume, you’ll find the most convincing explanation of the mystery of evil available today.
by David B. Currie
These pages hold the world’s most careful and thorough scriptural study of the rapture, and show that if you accept the Bible, you must reject the rapture.
by Dr. Montague Brown
Discover the Truth (and the Falsehood) in the clichés that end discussions, shut down thought, and rule so much of your Life.
Author David Armstrong shows that the Catholic Church is the “Bible Church par excellence,” and that many common Protestant doctrines are in fact not Biblical.
Ten former Protestants tell why they became Catholic -- and why others should, too!
by St. Thomas Aquinas
This book contains Aquinas’ clear summary of the Faith. It’s a concise statement of the key doctrines of the Church from her most highly esteemed doctor.
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.
Patrick Madrid explains how prayer, friendship, and common sense will bring those you love into — or back into — God’s Church.
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