by Casey Chalk
Casey Chalk’s powerfully-written book is at once a memoir and a call to action for anyone — journalist, government official, the United Nations, and follower of Jesus Christ—who wants to do more than curse the darkness.
The expected release date is Nov 23, 2021.
by Dr. Franco Serafini
Dr. Serafini presents and explains the clinical analyses, laboratory tests, and genetic investigations in a way that is understandable to anyone but does not shy away from the medical complexity. This book is a treasure to everyone and shows that science and faith do not contradict but rather point to the presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist.
by Elizabeth Lev
Each chapter of this book reveals a different facet of Joseph, contextualized in the history, spirituality, or controversy of the age, and demonstrates how artists applied their creative talents to communicate Joseph’s intercessory power to their audiences.
by Anthony DeStefano
An inspiring story of risk and sacrifice, The Beggar and the Bluebird teaches children the true meaning of gift-giving and demonstrates that great love is always rewarded by God—though often not in ways we can predict.
The expected release date is Oct 26, 2021.
This rich and beautifully illustrated book will be a source of stirring entertainment for children, who will fall in love with the strong, dignified, humble, hardworking donkey.
by Wincenty Łaszewski
Peruse the world’s most astonishing and consequential Marian apparitions since Fatima.
by Michael O'Neill
Fundamental to the rapid growth of the Church in America are these exceptionally inspired men and women, not yet canonized, who lived heroic virtue and thereby changed the face of our country. Author Michael O’Neill unveils 24 of America’s greatest “blesseds” and “venerables,” whose causes for canonization are already underway.
The expected release date is Oct 01, 2021.
by Gwyneth Thompson-Briggs
Christmas Blossoms is an impassioned and imaginative tale that explores the fascinating irony of our most cherished Christmas objects, both sacred and secular, produced by the artists and craftsmen of Communist China.
by Timothy Gordon
In these powerful pages, Timothy Gordon argues that Christ did more than establish a clerical patriarchy — an all-male priesthood. He also created a lay patriarchy of male householders who act as priests, prophets, and kings of their families.
by Fr. James Jackson F.S.S.P.
Immerse yourself in this simple guide to fully appreciate all that is the Traditional Latin Mass. This comprehensive book will help Catholics to appreciate ever more deeply the profound beauty expressed in the Mass.
The expected release date is Sep 28, 2021.
by Leila Lawler
All at once lively, funny, calming, and complete, The Summa Domestica an indispensable how-to book on making and keeping a home that will serve your family best.
by Christopher Malloy
In this brilliant exposition of doctrine, rivaling those of Chesterton and Belloc, Dr. Malloy uses a rich variety of Catholic documents and catechisms to explain specific modern heresies, how they cropped up, and the actual Church teachings they seek to undermine.
by Claudia Cangilla McAdam
Claudia McAdams’s marvelous retelling of the Christmas story demonstrates to children how an encounter with Christ can change their lives … eternally.
by Mother Angelica
In her typical entertaining but uncompromising style, Mother Angelica reminds you that salvation is won at a great price.
by John Martignoni
At a time when vast numbers of Catholics are slipping away from the Faith, God has tasked you and countless other Catholics with understanding it so you will be prepared to defend it.
by Odile Haumonte
Take in these pages, and you’ll soon find yourself on an electrifying spiritual journey that opens your eyes to the role angels are playing in the specific choices you make and how you can more effectively place yourself under their protection.
by S.K. Baskerville
Manhood is not something you're born into it: it's something that must be achieved and proven. Dr. Baskerville presents here the frankest guide to manners and morals ever written.
by Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Because any good battle plan calls for a thorough knowledge of the enemy, Fr. Longenecker boldly exposes the philosophies behind scientism, materialism, utilitarianism, sentimental humanitarianism, and more, explaining how they became the core assumptions of our culture and how they are, in turn, corrupting the politics and power structures of the world.
by Fr. Brian Thomas Becket Mullady, O.P.
Perfect holiness is not only possible but essential if we wish to achieve eternal life. That’s why Fr. Mullady has written this accessible and practical guide — to help you understand how grace is working in your life presently and to teach you how to seize all the unclaimed graces God is offering you throughout each day.
by Christine M. Wohar, Christine M. Wohar
Author Christine Wohar, a noted expert on Frassati, has created this practical guide to Pier Giorgio’s short but spirited life. Writing in a simple, accessible style, she presents 40 reflections on aspects of his personal life and spirituality. Prayers and concrete action steps are included to help you make this future saint’s habits and methods your own.
by St. Alphonsus Liguori
Proclaimed a Doctor of the Church and justly revered for his efforts and achievements as a pastor and bishop, St. Alphonsus offers here one of the most powerful and accessible primers on the art of prayer ever written.
by Sr. Mary Ann Fatula, O.P.
In this short yet penetrating work, Sr. Mary Ann Fatula reflects on how tenderly and powerfully the Holy Spirit offers us the precious gift of intimacy with Himself. Through the graces of our Baptism and Confirmation, the Holy Spirit— the Third Divine Person who is the Father’s and Son's sublime Love for Each other — gives Himself to us to be our “Beloved,” our mighty Healer, our intimate Friend and Consoler, our constant Companion and Strength, our gentle Teacher and Guide.
by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Controversy was brewing and confusion sewn among Catholics by the time Sheen wrote these classics. He shies away from nothing, even while teaching traditional doctrine in appealing and unique prose.
by Jean Danielou
Decades before secularism and atheism wrested control of our institutions and took to the streets, the late Cardinal Jean Danielou foresaw their ominous ascent. While most of the Church was reveling in the optimism of Vatican II, Cardinal Danielou courageously sounded the alarm over the rise of these twin evils and the damage they would inflict on the Church and culture.
by Will Conquer
A young “computer geek” named Carlo Acutis, who created a website cataloguing every reported Eucharistic miracle in the world and died of leukemia a year later at age fifteen, was beatified in November 2019, after a healing miracle in Brazil was attributed to his intercession. Since the beatification ceremony one year later, solemn crowds have been filing past the exposed relics of the blessed youth in Assisi’s Church of Santa Maria Maggiore.
by Mother Mary Francis, PCC
Many authors have written about the Beatitudes, but none with the spiritual wisdom and exceptional clarity of Mother Mary Francis. She masterfully unpacks the meaning of each Beatitude, showing how they all interconnect to present a roadmap to holiness and happiness. Best of all, she helps you analyze your own life in light of the Beatitudes so you can chart a course toward reaching the pinnacle of holiness to which Christ is calling you.
by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti
by Br. Bernardo Vasconcelos, OSB
These pages, now collected in one small volume, have been written for the purpose of helping the faithful, ordinary souls, to attain one most important object: active participation in the holy Sacrifice of the Mass; so that, consciously and deliberately, they may offer the sacred Victim, offer themselves and be nourished by receiving the holy Eucharist.
by Nicole Caruso
In this beautiful, first-of-its-kind book, Nicole guides you through the steps involved in cultivating your personal style that celebrates your unique genius, mission, and vocation and that’s reflective of a Catholic worldview.
by Adam Blai
In this fascinating, eye-opening book, Adam Blai offers a uniquely comprehensive, careful, and thoughtful exploration of miracles, the Church’s process of approving them, and the telltale signs of demonic counterfeits.
by Austin Ruse
by Paul Chaloux
In this transformative and enlightening book, Dr. Paul Chaloux demonstrates that suffering is not retribution from an angry, vengeful God but the saving action of a loving God who directs us away from evil and toward eternal joy in Heaven.
by Dan LeRoy
by Sophia Institute Press
Vividly and imaginatively illustrated in lavish color, a vintage classic that sold in the countless thousands for two for two generations is now back in print from Sophia Institute Press.
by Raymond Arroyo
This inspiring story begins when the Holy Family is set upon by roadside thieves. Jesus is a young boy—and the lead bandit is the Bad Thief. His accomplice is a young man named Dismas, later the Good Thief.
by Vicki Burbach
In these powerful pages, author Vicki Burbach contrasts our selfish worldly culture with the way Christians are called to live, illuminating the essential role that sacrifice must play in every worthy human life.
by Mary MacArthur, Anna Maria Mendell
Drawing from the liturgical calendar, this charming coloring book showcases the lives of holy men and women from the early Church to the modern day.
by Fr. Gerald Vann
In this charming sequel to his bestselling book, Our Lady’s Wardrobe, Anthony DeStefano introduces Catholic children to more well-known images of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Only this time, he doesn’t use Our Lady’s clothes to teach children about the Mother of God, but rather, he gives kids a peek into her own personal “picture book.”
by Fr. Edward Looney
In what promises to become a spiritual classic, Fr. Edward Looney’s Meditations after Holy Communion guides your prayers during those intimate moments with the Lord following Holy Communion, elevating your soul and mind and leading you into a deeper relationship with Christ.
by Kevin Vost, Psy. D.
by Fr. Thomas G. Morrow
by Fr. Thomas F. Dailey, O.S.F.S
by Fr. Timothy Gallagher
by Susan Tassone
by Claire Dwyer
by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, Francois Rene Blot
by Fr. Quan Tran
In The Imitation of Mary, Fr. Quan Tran shows you how to imitate the twelve essential qualities of Mary in order to unleash a torrent of graces in your life.
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