by Fr. George William Rutler
by Alan Migliorato, Darryl Dziedzic
by Teresa Tomeo
Teresa Tomeo has drawn forth from Scripture, the lives of the saints, and contemporary sources a healing balm for souls — believers and unbelievers alike — who have been shaken by the frightening evils thrust upon us by this coronavirus.
by Fr. Dwight Longenecker
by Fr. John Bartunek
Open these pages to discover the methods of meditation that best suit you, develop your friendship with Christ, and experience the true Christian joy of a deep, fruitful life of prayer.
by Archbishop Georg Ganswein
by Elizabeth Hanna Pham
by Anthony DeStefano
Archbishop Gänswein’s stunning reflections on the Stations of the Cross will give life to your own Stations of the Cross devotions and awaken in you a love and sympathy for our Lord greater than any you have felt before.
by Dan Burke
Dan Burke presents the venerable, time-tested wisdom of Catholic mystics to help you understand the influence of the Enemy on your mind and heart, and the tactics you need to combat him.
by Dr. Ray Guarendi
The barriers to raising moral and mature children are higher and more treacherous than ever. In Raising Upright Kids in an Upside-Down World, acclaimed Catholic psychologist Dr. Ray Guarendi offers parents a roadmap through this difficult and sometimes frightening terrain.
by Christina Chase
Crippled though she is, author Christina Chase’s fearful disabilities have led her not into anger, bitterness, or despair, but rather into a profound and exceptional encounter with God’s love itself—an encounter that you, too, can experience through the gentle allure of Christina’s witness.
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 Julie Onderko
In the great drama of human history and on a continuing basis, souls are won or lost for eternity. With all the angels and saints – and in particular with the Virgin Mary – you are called to play your part. Open these pages to prepare yourself today!
by Michele Casella
Discover how Comunità Cenacolo has become a source of hope and resurrection for many people lost in a world of darkness, who are sad, marginalized, desperate, drugged.
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 Anthony Lilles, Dan Burke
These unedited letters of Teresa of Avila to her friends offer a rare window from which to gaze upon the Saint's genuine witness and pragmatic advice on pursuing an intimate friendship with God.
by Brandon McGinley
Amidst the hustle and bustle of the secular pre-Christmas season, these Advent reflections invite you to slow down and reflect on the season’s spiritual and liturgical themes.
by Maggie Green
In this book, Maggie Green shows how you can faithfully follow the example of Saint Monica, whose prayers, tears, and witness eventually led to the conversion of both her husband and her son, Saint Augustine, Doctor of the Church.
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 Fr. Timothy Gallagher
With warmth, understanding, and pastoral skill, Fr. Timothy Gallagher provides here a hopeful invitation to all who struggle to overcome the greatest obstacle of all in the spiritual life — discouragement.
by James Papandrea
In There Will Be Hugs in Heaven, author James Papandrea brings clarity to the mystery of life after death and gives hope and peace to the grieving by reassuring them that heaven is indeed a reunion with their lost loved ones.
by Kevin Vost, Psy. D.
Here, you’ll find the twelve essential, eternal life lessons culled from Thomas’s writings, accompanied by practical ways to implement them in your life.
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 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 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 Fr. Joël Guibert
by Kevin Wells
While dissolute bishops and priests around the world grab headlines for their untoward words and deeds, too many other unfruitful priests minister as little more than glad-handing bachelors doing social service work.
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.
by Joseph Pronechen
This riveting account of true-life Fatima events of the past hundred years demonstrates that Our Lady’s messages are more vital today than ever before.
by Fr. Brian Mullady, O.P.
Here you’ll come to understand how the Commandments are not just ten individual rules; they are an entire plan of life that draws you ever closer to God and brings you enduring peace with others — and with yourself.
by Dr. Gerard Verschuuren
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 Fr. Gabriel Of St. Mary Magdalen
Christian perfection consists in the twofold way of charity: service of neighbor and our direct quest for God’s love. Many of us discover ways to love our neighbor, but few achieve intimacy with God. Why? Because we don’t know how to prepare ourselves properly to reach this exalted goal.
by Fr. Charles Connor, Fr. Charles P. Connor
Through searing anecdotes and learned analysis, Fr. Connor shows how the Civil War forged a new American Catholic identity, as Catholics—often new immigrants—found themselves on both sides of the conflict.
by Dr. Taylor Reed Marshall
It took nearly two millennia for the enemies of the Catholic Church to realize they could not successfully attack the Church from the outside. Indeed, countless nemeses from Nero to Napoleon succeeded only in creating sympathy and martyrs for our Catholic Faith.
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. 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.
Mother Angelica, celebrated Foundress of EWTN Global Catholic Network, brings clarity to the enigma of eternal life with God and pours light upon the greatest mystery of all – Heaven itself – in these insightful pages.
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 Timothy Gordon
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.
by Alexandra Greeley, Fernando Flores
From traditional Cottage Pie on St. Patrick’s Day to Basque Lamb Stew on the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, the delicious recipes in this unique cookbook will excite your senses, awaken in you greater love for the saints, and bring Catholic festivity into your home.
St. Paul exhorts us to “pray without ceasing” — a beautiful goal that sounds daunting, even impossible. But wait! These pages break open an authoritative, time-tested method that countless laymen still use today to pray with constancy and thereby soar to the heights of holiness.
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 Sr. Mary Ann Fatula, O.P.
The wisdom of the saints in these sublimely beautiful pages will quench your fear of death and awaken in you a blessed hunger to join your departed loved ones and to delight with them in the Three Divine Persons who are the very heart of Heaven's splendor.
by A. G. Sertillanges, Paul Badde
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 Susan Tassone
From best-selling and award-winning author Susan Tassone comes this beautiful collection of spiritual treasures found in the Diary of Catholic mystic and visionary, St. Faustina.
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 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.
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