by Stephen F. Auth
Through the works of these great artists, you will encounter the profound truths that lead many to God and cause many others to wonder.
The expected release date is Jul 26, 2022.
by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, Allan Smith
Witnessing the growing threat of communism, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen recognized that modern atheism was a new type of Messianism threatening to beguile and conquer humanity.
The expected release date is Jun 28, 2022.
by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
This book reveals the shocking truth you need to know in a world riddled by irrationality, emotionalism, and violence. Religion is under attack, whether from totalitarian governments or modern education.
In Gethsemane, readers will discover why it is imperative to uphold divine revelation, to recognize Original Sin and man’s need for salvation, and consistently to reaffirm Catholic doctrines and dogma.
by Bishop Athanasius Schneider
Amid the encircling darkness, this compendium of straight, authoritative answers elucidates the truths of our Faith with a piercing light. It will make you cheer as it reorients you on your journey with Christ.
by Alexandre Goodarzy
Kidnapped in Iraq is a riveting story of bravery and courage and one man’s extraordinary efforts to aid Christians in need. It is also a chilling guidebook on how to fight for justice and proclaim the hope that comes in the triumph of the Cross.
by G.K. Chesterton, Sr. Mary Consilia O’Brien, O.P.
by Sr. Mary Consilia O’Brien, O.P.
Skillfully crafted to appeal to both students and adults, each chapter features a probe of the content, leavened by practical examples, excerpts from the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, quotes from encyclicals, as well as discussion questions and additional study resources.
by Fr. William Casey, CPM.
This riveting book is a clarion call to Catholics to “wake up” in the face of pandemic irrationality and worsening medical fascism. Now is the time for you to begin truly to understand and live the Faith, to speak the truth, and to share it.
by Jean Danielou, G.K. Chesterton
by G.K. Chesterton
As readable today as when it was first written, no other book offers such an incisive analysis of what is truly wrong with our world.
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.
by William Kilpatrick, Casey Chalk
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 Philip Lawler
In this clear-eyed book about the real Covid crisis, Philip Lawler dissects how Church leaders and the faithful responded to this health emergency. He explains the devastating effects on society when Church leaders tell their people not to attend Sunday Mass, and when they ban Confession, marriages, and baptisms. He tackles the dangerous consequences of treating schoolchildren like lepers and explores the ethics of vaccines and the plight of parish priests caught in the middle.
by Fr. George William Rutler
by Anne Hendershott
by Joseph Stuart
by Robert Royal
Dr. Royal examines what actually happened in the decades following 1492, when two widely divergent cultures met and mingled.
by Kim Zember
by John-Mark L. Miravalle
In these pages, author John-Mark Miravalle explores, through a Catholic lens, the phenomenon of chemical mood alteration and reflects on our feelings of pleasure and suffering and how they relate to the rest of our humanity.
by William Kilpatrick
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.
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